Smoking a cigar is usually associated with power and to the luxury lifestyle. Besides being a hobby that is enjoyed by many people, regardless of gender, age, and social status, it goes without a say that it is quite expensive indeed.
Also associated a lot of times with wealth, the creation of a cigar is a very delicate process. Each cigar has its own character and flavor, especially the Latin American cigars made by luxury brands and totally finished to improve a luxury lifestyle.
Do you want to know which are these American expensive products by high smoker brands? Luxury Safes has the pleasure to show you some luxury goods by Latin American tobacco companies.
Rocky Patel 25th Year Hamlet Salomon
Four years ago, Rocky Patel met Cuban cigar maker Hamlet Paredes, who had just immigrated to the United States and immediately hired him. Hamlet was born and raised in Havana and had spent more than 25 years in the tobacco industry, where he perfected his cigar-making skills, including mastering the art of rolling cigars without molds or presses. The culmination of all this is Hamlet’s resurrection of an old Cuban shape, a 7 5/8 x 58 Salomon figurado with a Mexican maduro wrapper combined with a Nicaraguan and Brazilian filler.
La Aurora Hors D’Age 2017
Toasted Cocoa, sweet ginger, and a sprinkling of black pepper and cinnamon all gather in a medium-full strength smoke that make this a late-in-the-day cigar. The Ecuadorian wrapper and binder, along with Colombian, Dominican, and Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, turn it into a high-end product.
Villiger La Flor De Ynclan Lancero Especial
This old Cuban luxury brand was resurrected over a decade ago but then faded away. However, it was relaunched last year in Torpedo, Robusto, and Churchill variations with a new blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers. These limited-edition cigars shapes bring out different flavors and the coffee and leather nuances are intensified.
Rocky Patel Olde World Reserve Re-release
Perfect to feed this luxury addition, the relaunched Olde World Reserve Corojo is again crafted at the Paraiso factory in Danlí, Honduras and features the original tobacco recipe: Honduran corojo wrapper, plus Nicaraguan binder and fillers. This luxury good features a blend comparable to the original Costa Rican Maduro, Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers, with a Nicaraguan binder.
Fonseca Vega Magna
If you want to elevate your luxury lifestyle, this expensive product is the answer. The Vega Magna is a slightly gentler cigar, featuring an Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper and a filler composed of Dominican seco, viso, and ligero leaves that were aged in air-tight, palm frond tercios, an old Cuban technique that brings out the maximum flavors of these tobaccos.
Created by two London-based cigar aficionados, these expensive products are made in Nicaragua in the Plasencia factor and symbolize a collaboration between cigar maven Akhil Kapacee and Havana cigar impresario Mitchell Orchant of C.Gars Ltd.
Hoyo La Amistad Black by A.J. Fernandez
Featuring an Ecuadoran Sumatra Oscuro wrapper, Mexican binder, and a Nicaraguan Habano filler, this high-end product with the mission to emphasize a luxury lifestyle found notes of cinnamon, leather and even a perceived hint of hot sauce in the first few puffs.
Plasencia Cosecha 146
Featuring a five-year-old Honduran wrapper with a Nicaraguan and Honduran filler, it burns smoothly with a gentle earthiness. It is available in five sizes, each named for one of the five farms that produced the tobaccos for this extraordinary cigar.
Joya de Nicaragua 50th Anniversary Cinco Décadas
In 1968 Joya de Nicaragua became the first branded cigar in Nicaragua. The appropriately-named Cinco Décadas is produced in the company’s two original sizes. These Nicaraguan luxury goods are made with tobaccos that have been aged for over five years and smoke with the rich earthiness that Nicaraguan tobaccos are known for.
Romeo y Julieta 1875 Nicaragua
Previously only made in the Dominican Republic, this new version is made for the first time by the Plasencia family in Nicaragua. This latter size is of special historical interest, as it was the original Cuban Romeo y Julieta brand that originated the Churchill size. And as for the 1875 year in this cigar’s name, that refers to the year the brand was started in Cuba. Old and gold, these are remarkable cigars to improve your luxury lifestyle!