El Rey Del Mundo

El Rey de Mundo cigars have been around since the late 19th century and were originally created by Emilio Ohmstedt in 1848. These cigars use a premium Honduran tobacco for the binder and filler with Colorado Maduro and Oscuro wrappers. Its rich flavor is ideal for the avid smoker and novice alike. They have a measuring range of 5-inches to 7 ¼-inches featuring a mellow-medium strength. Choose from boxes, sticks, and more. Find El Rey de Mundo cigars at the lowest prices at Best Cigar Prices.

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More About El Rey Del Mundo Cigars

El Rey de Mundo cigars are produced in Cuba for Habanos SA in Honduras by Villazon & Co. The original El Rey de Mundo cigar rose through popularity in the early 1900s as it was purchased by Candido Vega Diaz. They also produced Sancho Panza cigars and Don Candido cigars, the precursors to Dunhill cigars. To cater to smokers in the U.S. El Rey de Mundo cigars created a Honduran cigar that was mellow in strength. The mellow Honduran tobacco for the binder and filler produces a nice leathery aroma featuring an Ecuadorian grown Natural and Connecticut Oscuro wrappers. The Oscuro gives the mellow blend a medium-bodied smoke to the typical mellow cigar.

In the classic Cuban-style box El Rey de Mundo cigars are available in a variety of sizes. Each cigar is carefully wrapped in tissue or cellophane to ensure the quality of each vitola. This is a quality cigar offered at an affordable price made at the same legendary factory that produces Punch and Hoyo de Monterrey. Whether it's a box, or just a five pack, there’s a choice for everyone. Every cigar represents a history that spans back to the 19th century.