La Reloba Habano Torpedo cigars were created by Jaime Garcia at the My Father cigar factory, the birthplace for some of the world's most well-made and highly-acclaimed cigars. La Reloba not only live up to their pedigree, they're reasonably priced and come in boxes of 25 cigars.
Rolled in shimmering Ecuadorian-grown Habano-seed wrappers that cap a Nicaraguan longfiller center, the smoke starts mild then builds to a full-flavored, medium-bodied smoke brimming with earthy-nutty flavors.
The La Reloba Habano Torpedo opens up with a woody flavor and that trademark Pepin overture, lip smacking tannin and a blast of black pepper. It’s actually pretty restrained compared to higher end smokes from My Father Cigars, but there’s still no mistaking that you’re smoking a Nicaraguan puro.
La Reloba Torpedo cigars are 6 1/8 inches with a ring gauge of 52 and come packed 25 to a cedar box.