Raices Cubanas 1941
Alec Bradley has always had a great relationship with the infamous Raices Cubanas factory. The two have teamed up this year to bring us the Raices Cubanas 1941. This cigar is made at the Raices Cubanas factory distributed by Alec Bradley. This cigar?s blend is based off of some of the greatest hits the factory has ever created. The Raices Cubanas 1941 starts with a Honduran wrapper, Nicaraguan Binder, and finishes with a mixture of Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers. The Raices Cubanas 1941 starts with a gorgeous medium brown wrapper. The texture is remarkably smooth with some slight oils as it?s finished off with a big, round, double cap. The band is a semi-modern style almost resembling something you might find in the ?old west?. It?s red, white, black, and gold with a large ?Raices Cubanas? crest and the number ?1941? on the front. The band features ?Baez, Cuba? on one side of the back and ?Danli, Honduras? on the other. Baez is where Romay Endernano who runs Raices Cubanas was born, Danli is where the Raices Cubanas factory is located. The year 1941 represents the year Romay was born. This cigar starts out with a lot of natural tobacco flavors, some soft pepper and spice along with a bit of honey and citrus, all natural and earthy flavors. There was some notes of real interesting pepper in the final draw. The construction is flawless, and more complex than most cigars. The Raicies Cubanas 1941 cigar comes in four standard sizes (Robusto, Toro, Churchill, and Gordo) and packaged in boxes of 20.