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Due to the success of Gran Habano No. 5 Corojo, the factory stockpiled the same limited wrapper for seven years to use in another blend. That blend, Vintage 2002, is a one time production made with this aged wrapper, and is now available for a limited time.Located in the town of El Pariaso rests the Gran Habano factory, just outside of Danli, Honduras. This factory produces all of Gran Habano's cigars from the original Connecticut #1 to the highly sought-after 3 Siglos blend. Father and son team, Guillermo and George Rico, have built their brand from the ground up creating unique, award-winning blends famous for their complexities and deliberate flavors.Vintage 2002 contains the same exact blend as the award-winning Gran Habano No. 5 Corojo, and utilizes premium long leaves grown in the most fertile regions of Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. The difference is Vintage sports a beautiful, oily Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper from 2002, which creates ample spice mixed with earthy nuances. Don't fret though, with 7 years of age under its belt, this blend remains smooth and creamy from start to finish with thick, hearty flavors of nuts and earth masked with an underlying coffee-like sweetness. It's a fantastic, well-aged cigar.
Wanted to try this Cigar for a while now. It hits Your palete with super rich flavors. I hope they will have these for a while as right now I don't have much more room. I really enjoyed these .
I nubbed it, it's that good!!
I am a Corojo junkie. This solid little spark plug is one of the best Corojo wrapped cigars that money can buy. Delicious is an understatement. At the price, it literally has no peer & competes with sticks costing 3 times as much or more. After 3 bundles, I can flatly state that there are no burn issues as reported, no variation in flavor as reported & no reason in the world not to try a mazo. 11 years in a cedar sleeve does wonders for this vitola. Smooth, medium bodied & chock-a-block with flavor.
This cigar will humiliate 95% of other "big shots", I mean it will leave them in the unreal corojo yummy smoke. Just for the record, I'm not a cigar junky - my favorite is Padilla 1932... but my gosh this one is close as far as my satisfaction goes. Expect tons of flavors from this awesome oily wrapper: leather, cocoa, nut, even cumin seeds, coffee, NUTS! WOW!!!