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Don Lino Habanitos

Finding a good small cigar can be tough. Small cigars are often packed too tightly, which
causes burn and draw problems; on the other hand, if they’re packed too loosely, they
produce hot, unpleasant smoke. Either way, buying small stogies can sometimes be a disappointing
endeavor.

Don Lino Habanitos, though, are the best of both worlds. These stogies are not only made
with buttery Sumatra wrappers and the short-filler trimmings from the Don Lino Havana
Reserve line, but they’re also made in the world-famous La Aurora factory, so flawless
construction is a guarantee. You’d be hard-pressed to find such a smooth little stogie with
such high quality, especially for their modest price of $18.95 per tin of 50.

That’s right, $18.95 for 50—some tins of TEN cost that much! For 38 cents a stick,
you absolutely will not find a better small smoke. These things are sweet, mellow, and
flavorful and their size makes them the perfect lunch break smoke. Don’t mess around
with mediocre cigarillos—get some Don Lino Habanitos and save big money on small
stogies!

 

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