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A tribute to the banker who started it all.
During the 1840s, Herman Upmann traveled to Cuba with the express mission of crafting a cigar fit to distribute to his most prestigious banking clients. Unfortunately, the resulting blend of this journey was lost to a bank fire in the 1920s. Now rediscovered and re-blended to replicate the original as closely as possible by using all Cuban-seed tobaccos, H. Upmann The Banker is reminiscent of old style cigars.
The Banker is medium to full-bodied and includes moments of bold spice and a pleasant creaminess. It is comprised of a dark and oily Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, a Jalapa binder, and a vintage blend of long-fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican. Earthy undertones are met with a distinct toastiness, and the construction is impeccable. One taste and it's easy to see why this particular selection made its way through the leagues of the elite.
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Here's a cigar worth investing in! The Banker is medium to full-bodied and, just like the stock market, alternates between some intense moments and periods of smooth stability. This balance between bold spices and pleasant, creamy nuances makes The Banker a blend that never loses its value in your regular rotation.
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