The La Vieja Habana Belicoso Cuban Corojo is a well-made cigar at an honest price. La Vieja Habana cigars were the first Drew Estate cigars, debuting in 1994. Handmade with a well-balanced Cuban Sandwich blend of long & short Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, each La Vieja Habana Connecticut Shade Chateau Corona is rolled in a Medium Connecticut Shade wrapper. These cigars draw easily with a rich, smooth, earthy flavor, producing clouds of thick blue smoke and a sweet, inviting aroma. Try this great NEW value cigar, and taste why La Vieja Habana is the lead horse in the Drew Estate stable.
La Vieja Habana is Drew Estate's first line of cigars made by, Antonio Almanzar. Since the release of La Vieja Habana in 1994 the cigar line has had its ups and downs due to unfortunate events. Even though these events threatened the brands existence, Drew Estate has managed to overcome all odds and stop at nothing to bring this uniquely delightful cigar line to the masses. 2002 was the year La Vieja Habana made its nationwide launch, producing only small batches at a time, they maintain a consistent quality like no other Cuban sandwich cigar.
MILD. In the beginning the cigar starts with a light tobacco taste with earthy tones and a slight spiciness that comes from the corojo wrapper. The aromas are that of red oak and a nutty cream. The draw is excellent giving thick blue smoke down to the band. The taste is consistent throughout the cigar making it enjoyable till the end. The Belicoso D Cuban Corojo has a length of 6 inches and has a ring gauge of 54.