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Dunhill Cigars
 Year of foundation: 1982
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence:
Factory: Alfred Dunhill Company

When Dunhill first settled as a serious brand, it had the purpose of competing with Davidoff, something that came to the beginning of the end because of strong disagreements between the British Company and Cubatabaco (they had previously signed a manufacturing contract in 1982). As a result of this disagreement, this contract was finished in 1991 and the brand Dunhill was discontinued. Dunhill lived from 1984 to 1991. The most popular cigars produced by Dunhill could be Cabinetta, with medium strength and mixed balanced flavours such as fruits, honey and nuts, or Estupendos, similar to Cabinetta but richer in taste.

  Read Dunhill Cigars Reviews:  
Type Vitola
Atados Panetela Larga
175 x 11,11
Cabinetta Robusto
124 x 19,84
Estupendos Julieta No. 2
178 x 18,65
Havana Club Gran Corona
235 x 18,65
Malecon Cervantes
165 x 16,67
Mojito Corona
142 x 16,67
Tubos Corona Grande
155 x 16,67
Varadero Mareva
129 x 16,67

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