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 Persian King Rajah Natural
Cloaked in mystery, the complexity of this cigar is as unknown as the location of buried treasure in the desert. Wrapped in a veil of corojo with a claro leaf footer and Nicaraguan binders this is truly a unique cigar. It starts with a smooth creaminess and ends in an exotic fullness that disappears at the nub in a puff of smoke.
6×50 Rajah (Toro)