Ramon Bueso's story is a bit different from most cigar manufacturers. For starters, he's not Cuban. He's actually a Honduran native. His grandmother owned the first tobacco farm in Honduras, and it was there that Ramon got his start in 1977. Working from the ground up, Ramon has performed in (and perfected) every aspect of the cigar business. From growing to rolling to blending Ramon mastered his craft at the famed Villazon factory, and was an essential part in the factory's success. It is now, after nearly 35 years in the industry, that Ramon Bueso has finally stepped into the spotlight...and it's not a spotlight that will ever be relinquished.
From the very first puff, you know you're in for a special experience. Ramon Bueso Vintage is one of those blends that's pretty much perfect for any palate. Medium in body with a Colorado natural wrapper, expect some aromatic richness to its profile, progressing ever so slightly with every puff. You can't rush age, but you can expect a quick sell-out!