If you’ve been seeking a well-aged blend that’s refined beyond compare, look no further than Gran Habano Gran Reserva #3 2008. This limited edition release is exceptionally crafted utilizing an assortment of luxury vintage tobaccos that are then left to age a full five years after rolling. The end result is an experience that’s well-balanced and smooth from first light to the nub. In short, it’s been worth every second of the wait.
An 8-year-old Habano wrapper gets things started beautifully, and nicely complements the 7-year-aged Nicaraguan binder sourced from Gran Habano’s family farm. The long-fillers inside hail from Colombia and Nicaragua, and following the trend have been aged for a full 7 to 8 years. Post rolling, these premium handmades are left to rest for five more years, which allows plenty of time for the tobaccos to fully reach their potential. The unique and exciting flavor profile includes rich, deep notes of nuts, earth, spice, cedar, and a little taste of honey on the finish. This is vintage at its finest.
great cigar..tons of flavor without the big nicotine blast...one of the finest tasting cigars i have smoked and i have smoked several 100s of different rings
Michael G.✔ Verified Buyer
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4 out of 5
Get em Before They are gone
Jul 18, 2017
I purchased a box of the Robusto some time ago; smoked one and put the rest into a nice seasoning with a water pillow right in their box.
I've had a few since this writing and I'm surpised I haven't written about them.
The flavor profile is pure medium with nuttiness, leather, cedar all working together so nicely with perfect harmony.
The finish is smooth and gives you the slightest touch of honey but not the sweetness.
A thoroughly enjoyable smoke that you can have anytime with anything.
A perfect cigar for the links as it burns nice and slow.
Good draw, nice burn line and ash holds for about 2/3 of an inch before it breaks off.
I keep these jewels at 70% due to the cedar wrapping they present and it makes them just about perfect.
It's too bad you can't grab these in Robusto anymore but, the Churchill should be fine and carry you through a nine hold run very well.
The price is a borderline steal so if you can find these puppies, grab a box and give yourself a thumbs up.
I have much more expensive cigars in my collection but I consider this one a nice catch.