Coming all the way from Spain, this cigar is unlike any we have ever had! We have all been acclimated (for the most part) to cigars containing tobacco’s grown and harvested in South America. Kolumbus decided to give us something a bit different. They pack their cigars with a filler tobacco called Breña long which is is grown in the volcanic regions of the La Palma islands, part of the Canary Islands off the coast of the Western Sahara. What does this mean? We aren’t really sure but what we can say, is we like it alot. The flavors of this cigar are just unexampled. We were still able to extract the typical tangy, spicy, and sweet flavors, but they are profoundly different than what we are used to. $13.00 is what you are going to spend which we see as an inherent delta, but understand that is attributed to the long hike these cigars make to get to America, so that being considered, we still think they are worth it. If you want to try a cigar that will throw you a change up, this is the one to try!
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You can get your hands on this cigar for just around $8.00 which makes it a pretty damn good deal. There isn’t anything challenging about this cigar, so in terms of recommendation, but really feel there are some out there that may find this cigar to not be in their wheelhouse. If you do grab one, do yourself a favor… Drink it in the morning with a good cup of coffee. You won't regret it.
The driving force behind KOLUMBUS is the passion we feel towards enjoying simple life pleasures with the highest standards.
Luxury is a lifestyle but also an attitude. Life is about the choices we make and how we embrace them.
When it comes to cigars, we thrive to offer a sense-awaking journey which will bring comfort, delight and the subtleties found in simplicity. A memory to be cherished forever.
Like Christoph Kolumbus, we travelled the world searching for best cigars and we found our paradise in the island of La Palma. We now want to share this secret it with you.
The island’s hand-made cigars, whose leaves have been carefully selected and manually processed, follow traditional methods which are hundreds of years old. This makes them unique in terms of aroma and taste.