100 CIGARS FOR LESS THAN A 90 CENTS EACH! La Caya Habanos II Toro Connecticut cigars are premium, handmade Dominican Republic beauties. They have a blend of Cuban-seed Dominican Piloto and Nicaraguan Habano long-fillers that is in a Cuban-seed Piloto binder and a natural shade-grown Connecticut wrapper. This combination of aged tobaccos provide a mild smoke with a rich and smooth taste. You'll sense waves of cedar, toasted almonds and nutmeg. The finish is as good as the beginning, with never a hint of bitterness.
After carefully handmade, these Connecticut cigars were aged in a cedar lined aging room for over 2 years before being hand-packed in 100 cigar boxes. For the price, there's nothing that even comes close. We guarantee it with our full satisfaction money-back guarantee. Smoke one and if it's not everything we claim, send the rest back for a full refund. We'll even give you a refund for the cigar you smoked. Toro are 6 inches long with a ring gauge of 50. 100 Connecticut Toro cigars are hand-packed in a box.
La Caya has been making cigars in the Cibao tobacco region of the Dominican Republic since 1997. While they're a well known cigar maker in the industry, they're not well known to cigar smokers. That's because they usually make cigars for other cigar companies, under the company's own brands. Many of their hand made cigars have earned top ratings and praise. A few years ago they decided to take their best tobacco and make a limited amount of ultra-premium cigars under their own La Caya brand.
Only a few boxes made it out to the stores and a limited group of cigar aficionados. Even Smoke Magazine loved these, giving them a 92 rating. After these cigars were extensively aged we bought their whole inventory. We got a great deal and are passing the saving on to you.
Posted by Robert Adams on 24th Nov 2012
These were not 6x54's but 6x50's. I received them and they were very firm and a bit dry. I took 1/4 of them, removed them from the cellophane wrappers and placed them in a humidor. The balance remained in their wrappers and went into a larger humidor that I use for prolonged storage. After a week or so they were smokeable. They are a little spicier than a Macanudo but pretty mellow. You can smoke them down to the nub with no complaints. I'll be interested to see how they smoke after they've had a chance to age a bit and had a little love in the humidor.