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Cifuentes Cigars
 Year of foundation: between 1900 and 1938
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence:
Factory: Partagas

The creator of this brand was Ramon Cifuentes, owner of the Partagas factory before the Revolution. When the Revolution takes place, we can observe that the production of Cifuentes is not interrupted. But what the Revolution was unable to do, is going to be done by years of litigation between the members of the Cifuentes family about the ownership of the Cuban brand. The production of Cifuentes is discontinued in the 90's decade, after the workers of the Partagas factory made an extremely small amount of cigars in those last 15 years, what makes it really difficult to find someone who has ever smoked one of these cigars or even seen a box.

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Type Vitola
Altezas Reales Salomones Espanola
184 x 22,62
Cristal Tubo Conservas
145 x 17,46
Cubanitos Chicos
106 x 11,51
Emboquillados No 5 Demi-Tip
126 x 11,51
Habanitos Chicos
106 x 11,51
Petit Bouquets Infantes
98 x 14,29
Super Estupendos Gran Corona
235 x 18,65
Vegueritos Veguerito
127 x 14,29

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