Experience five generations of family cigar making.
Mexican cigars: there's one man who's doing them right, and he goes by the name of Alejandro Turrent. For generations, the Turrent family has been on a quest to perfect the handmade cigar, beginning back in 1880 with Turrent's great-great-grandfather and his emigration from Cuba. These days, the brand is bringing a revival to the Mexican cigar industry.
A. Turrent Reserva de la Casa is one elegant handmade. It's crafted using a mix of predominantly 10-year-aged Mexican long-fillers, then topped with a dark and oily San Andres maduro wrapper. Hints of cocoa, espresso, earth, and sweetness are all present in good measure. Medium to full-bodied, this is one Mexican handmade worthy of your attention.