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Cabanas Cigars
 Year of foundation: 1819
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence: Vuelta Arriba
Factory: La Corona

It is the Spaniard Francisco Cabañas who should take the credit of history for having registered in Cuba one of the oldest Habano marks heard of, and also when the Tobacco Monopoly was still in force. Thus, he registered in 1810 the Cabañas brand, and in 1895 he joined others manufacturers to develop a new trademark: Hija de Cabañas y Carbajal y Cía.
In today's version, marked for trade to Eastern Europe, this brand exhibits full flavored in all-machine-made or machine-bunched with a hand-finished style

  Read Cabanas Cigars Reviews:  
Type Vitola
Belvederes Belvederes
125 x 15.48
Chiquitos Infantes
98 x 14,29
Coronitas Chicos
106 x 11,51
Perfectos Perfectos
127 x 17,46
Preciosas Demi Tasse
100 x 12,7
Suaves Sports
117 x 13,89
Superfinos Coronitas
117 x 15,87

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