Last February, Keith & I were fortunate to visit the remote location of a unique plantation that grows the wrapper tobacco for the newly released H.Upmann Yargüera Cigars. This being our second trip to Honduras we were reminded of the efforts of the Honduran people that contribute to the cigar industry. A community that is very proud of their accomplishments and have no problems sharing their successes with visitors, such as ourselves.
The Grupo de Maestros are responsible for cultivating the hybrid seed using the Yargüera Estate tobacco brought from Cuba, in the 1960's, combined with the Criollo'98 seed. The result is a flavorful tobacco that wraps a Honduran Criollo '98 binder and filler resulting in a full-bodied blend.
The cigar comes in a 5x52 Robusto, a 6x54 Toro and a 5x56 Torbusto all in 18 count boxes and ranging from $8.50 to $9.25, respectively. Yargüera can be found at all Club Humidor locations and honestly, this is one that should make your "favorite" list for years to come. Give a try and let us now what you think of Yargüera!
Posted by Tiffany on 31st March, 2016 | Comments | Trackbacks
Categories: Yargüera, Cigars, H.Upmann
Tags: Club Humidor, Honduras cigars, tobacco, Yargüera, San Antonio Cigar Shop
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