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San Cristobal de La H.    

 
 
 
San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
 Year of foundation: 1999
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence: Vuelta Abajo
Factory: La Corona
 
 
 

The latest and probably the last of the new series of Havana brands launced since 1996 has been given the original name of the city of Havana when it was founded by settlers back in 1519 - San Cristóbal (St. Christopher) de La Habana. The brand boasts four sizes, each of which is named after one of the fronts that defended the city in its heyday, as the hub of the Spanish empire in Latin America. Two of the sizes, La Fuerza and El Morro, are entirely new and are unique to the San Cristóbal brand.

 
 
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Type Vitola
Size
Ring
Rating
El Morro Paco
180 x 19,45
49
8.0
El Principe Minuto
110 x 16,67
42
8.4
La Fuerza Gordito
141 x 19,84
50
7.7
La Punta Campana
140 x 20,64
52
8.0
Mercaderes Mercaderes
167 x 19,05
48
8.1
Muralla Rodolfo
180 x 18,6
54
8.8
Oficios Oficios
135 x 17,07
43
7.3
 


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