La Gloria Cubana is one of the most full-bodied cigars made in the Dominican Republic today.
La Gloria Cubana was one of the most popular brands during the 1990s. People would line up for hours before the store opened, waiting to have a taste of the cigar that had become an overnight phenomenon.
If you’re a long-time fan of the La Gloria line, La Gloria Cubana Artesanos Retro Especial will hit you first with its light wrapper. Using a unique Honduran-grown Connecticut tobacco leaf, this wrapper translates into big flavor. This blend isn’t a powerhouse, but it’s definitely one of the strongest Connecticuts on the market. Starting off with traditional Connecticut creaminess, this blend evolves into a medium-bodied burst of pepper, earth, and cedar before completing with a smooth, solid finish.
Easily one of the strongest Connecticut cigars on the market and also one of the creamiest blends I've ever encountered. I like when cigars change in flavor and this blend hits the spot. Complex with bold flavors transitioning from inch to inch, its aroma and flavor are both thoroughly delicious.