From Gran Habano’s website: The Rico family history in tobacco stretches back to 1920, when Guillermo Rico’s grandfather began growing dark tobacco. His father succeeded him in 1946, and Guillermo recalls following him around the fields as a child and his mother rolling cigars at home. That legacy continues today in Gran Habano with a strong sense of family tradition embedded into every cigar made in Danlí, Honduras, where in 1998 the factory was established and became the birthplace of our premium cigars and the quintessential Gran Habano look.
Gran Habano Blue In Green Gran Robusto
When you see a connecticut cigar most of the time it’s associated with being rather mild and close to bland. Gran Habano wanted to move away from that stereotype and create something that’s complex yet enjoyable. From start to finish, there’s a little something different in each third.
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