The Cusano Corojo ‘97 was rated #1 Newcomer by Cigar Aficionado in 2005, and received a 91 rating by the magazine. These cigars have a real Corojo leaf, which have color variations that allow it to have lots of lights and darks. The Cusano Corojo ‘97 is comprised of two Cuban seeds that were grown in Ecuador, in a valley that receives only 500 hours of sunlight every year. The Mexican Sumatra binder allows for the cigar to compliment the wrapper and maintain it’s spicy qualities. The Cusano Corojo ‘97 also received the highest rating ever given by Smoke magazine, an overall rating of 9.6, which is almost unheard of. With steady flavors of wood and leather, leading up to a cedary finish, the Cusano Corojo ‘97 is a quality medium-full bodied cigar. See what all the hype is about behind this Cusano line and pick up a box of 20 today.