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Shapes
Churchill, Robusto, Toro
Wrapper
Habano
Origin
Nicaragua
Flavored
No
Pressed
No
Has Tip
No
Filler
Nicaraguan
Sweet
No

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The cult classic by AJ Fernandez.

Much like other cigar brands, San Lotano was born in Cuba. Originally crafted by AJ's grandfather, the brand experienced the usual hardships of Cuba and unfortunately had to stop production. Once AJ had established himself with brands like Man O'War, Diesel, and 5 Vegas AAA, he decided to devote his time to reviving the once storied brand. And revive it he did…

San Lotano Requiem comes from AJ's factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The blend features a rare Cuban seed wrapper that is only produced in Brazil and will have your mouth watering from the moment you lay eyes on it. Typically known for its spicy quality, the Cuban seed wrapper actually has a creamy characteristic that stands out instantly with this medium-bodied gem. Mix that with a three country blend and you have one of the more complex and engaging blends that we've seen in a while. San Lotano Requiem brings back an old Cuban tradition that started with AJ's grandfather and that will carry on with AJ's ever-growing portfolio of exceptional blends.

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Churchill (7.0"x54)
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Robusto (5.0"x54)
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$8.00
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$38.00
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$143.99
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Toro (6.0"x54)
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$8.15
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Box of 20
$146.70
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Bryan
Bryan San Lotano Habano
Robusto (5.0"x54): A great size to start this line off with. A nice mixture of cream and spice right up front will instantly get your palate’s attention. The size is good for about 45 minutes of enjoyment; just enough for a nice break in your day.

Toro (6.0"x54): The Toro builds on what the Robusto started. This size is definitely one of the best cigars that have come out lately. Rich spice and cream floods your palate with notes of cedar throughout.

Toro Gordo (6.0"x60): The hefty 6.0”x60 will water down the blend a bit and won’t be as gripping as the smaller sizes. This cigar is still perfect for a long summer day where you can casually smoke one of these while barbecuing in your back yard.

Torpedo (6.5"x54): Pretty nice size. The ring gauge still offers the notes you’d get from the Robusto or Toro. The longer size makes the blend start to burn a little hot though. But that’s just being nit-picky.

Churchill (7.0"x54): Suffers from the same problem the Torpedo has. But at this point, we’re just trying to look for issues. Still an excellent cigar.
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