La Vieja Habana cigars come in three different wrapper shades, all of which have their own unique flavor characteristics. The Cuban Corojo and Connecticut Shade are both grown in Ecuador, and feature Indonesian binders for an added hint of coffee richness. The Brazilian Maduro features Connecticut Shade binders for more of a peppery, creamy aftertaste. Regardless of which version you choose, you'll be treated to excellent construction, premium filler tobaccos, and some of the absolute best wrappers you can find for as low as $2 and change per stick.
If you are looking for a mellow cigar out of the three La Vieja Habana blends offered between the Brazilian, Corojo, and Shade, the Shade is one best suited to your taste.
By on Jun 3, 2019