Originally introduced at Le Cigar Noir-Beverly Hills on May 1, 1996, this Honduran version of an old Cuban brand was an immediate hit with everyone who tried it. Full-bodied but smooth on the draw, these cigars blended plenty of flavor with a slow-burning cadre of Honduran-grown, Cuban-seed tobaccos for a relaxing smoke. These smokes quickly became worldwide favorites.
Serie G Maduro is a more robust than the original line. Draped in a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, the cigar is rich and refined and emits thick clouds of sweet smoke. The flavor is enriched by another Connecticut Broadleaf acting as the binder. The two leaves work in perfect harmony with the Nicaraguan long-fillers and make for an easy smoke for any time of day.