Wrapper: Ecuadoran. Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan. Binder: Nicaraguan. Country of Manufacture: Dominican Republic. Factory Name: El Credito. -- The history: Ernesto Perez-Carrillo, Cuban Senator and tobacco grower, fled Cuba in 1959, taking with him the secret of La Gloria Cubana cigars. He began making them in the heart of Little Havana in Miami, Florida in 1968, where their bold taste made them a local favorite. Then, in 1980, his son, Ernesto Jr. blended a unique combination of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos to make La Gloria Cubana even more full-flavored and richer tasting. His efforts paid off, when, in 1992, Cigar Aficionado recognized the superiority of La Gloria Cubana, giving it a 90 rating. Today, produced in both Miami and the Dominican Republic, La Gloria Cubana is one of the most sought after cigars in the world. The cigar: Once Little Havana's best kept secret, La Gloria Cubana has become a favorite of cigar smokers everywhere. Available in 23 sizes, in both Natural and Maduro, La Gloria Cubana's special blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan filler and binder become one with its beautifully aged Ecuadoran wrapper to deliver the full, rich flavor that is its trademark. The experience: Rich, Flavorful, Full-bodied. These words perfectly describe the La Gloria Cubana's taste experience.
I've always been a fan of La Gloria Cubana. Burns evenly, medium strength.
By Tom on Jun 1, 2023
By ROBERT on Dec 15, 2022
I have been smoking La Gloria Cubana for many years. Every now and then I switch up for a change but am never as satisfied with the other brands. La Gloria is my go to cigar and is consistent.
By MARK on Jul 16, 2020
By john on Dec 20, 2018
We like them and the service we get
By darlene on Nov 2, 2017
This used to be my favorite stogie throughout the late 90s but the quality has not been there in recent years, inconsistent with each order.
By Jim on May 18, 2017
great flavor one of the best cigars ive ever smoked
By Robert on Nov 14, 2015
great cigar for the price not a bad one in the box very interesting flavor
By Robert on Dec 12, 2013