General shows off the new La Gloria Cubana Esteli, a three-size line that relies on tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua. Unlike most La Gloria Cubanas, which are produced at General's factory in the Dominican Republic, this new La Gloria is being made at STG Esteli. La Gloria Cubana Cigars first launched in 1885. Once one of the best kept secrets in the industry, they are now one of the most popular brands for those after a full-bodied experience delivered through quality craftsmanship and exceptional artistry. The LGC Esteli cigar is bounded by a Honduran leaf blended with Honduran seco and ligero long-filler grown in two different regions, covered by a deep brown ligero wrapper from Nicaragua's rich Jalapa Valley. This bold profile cigar is of medium to full-bodied complexity, with notes of cedar, spice and white pepper.