Trinidad Fundadores Cigar

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The Trinidad Fundadores Cigar was initially created exclusively for Fidel Castro - the political leader of Cuba. But it's popularity lead to it landing a spot on the Trinidad Cigars regular production line.

The Laguito Especial Vitola measures at a lengthy 192mm by a 40 ring gauge - making it one of the longest Cuban cigars in the brand's portfolio.

Offering a full-bodied smoke, this cigar is full of rich, complex flavours. 

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Origin: Cuban
Manufactured: Hand made
Flavour:
Full
Lenght: 192mm
Vitola de galera: Laguito Especial
Ring: 40
Presentation: banded bundle in a boite nature of 24pcs

 


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10/02/2019
@stogies_and_bogey
I recommend this product
Simply the best..

Trinidad has always been my favorite marca and lanceros are one of my favorite vitolas. So fundadaores are the perfect cigar for me. They are excellent while young and on another level with some age. A must try!

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10/01/2019
Cigar.stellar
I recommend this product
The diplomatic gift

I have read so many reviews and articles about the Trinidad fundadores being the diplomatic gifts handed by castro to his visitors, some even say that trinidad cigars hold the original blend of cohiba (without the third barrel fermentation) until i decided to buy a box of this mysterious cigar. This cigar starts earthy with some hints of wood. By the end if the first third the earthiness stays but it adds to it some more woodiness with slight hints of sweetness, which fades by the last third to be replaced by deeps flavors if coffee and espresso. These cigars are so impressive that you don't want to smoke them except on special occasions where you can concentrate on gou cigar to get its full potential