1878 was a monumental year for Cuba. It was the year an official decree divided the tropic island into six providences- one of them being Pinar Del Rio. This lush area was a Mecca for the tobacco industry and is the inspiration for Abraham Flores and Juan Rodriguez’s line of cigars.
This fantastic Maduro features a chocolaty, Brazilian wrapper that adds that incredible sweetness to a surprisingly complex cigar. The Dominican Criollo ‘98 binder when combined with the Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers give the PDR 1878 it’s burst of spice in the beginning that lingers elegantly in the background throughout.
Binder: Dominican Criollo '98
Filler: Dominican and Nicaraguan
Strength: Medium Bodied