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Tony Alvarez Corona cigars. Tony Alvarez cigars are known for their fine taste and construction. This Cuban Style Corona is no exception. Cuban-seed Habano long-filler tobacco from Nicaragua and Honduras, it is rolled in a Habano tobacco binder and then in a Sumatra leaf. Their mild taste has notes of baking spices with licorice, earthy and cedar undertones.
Tony has been making fine cigars for years and these will only be produced for a short period of time. He's busy making his higher priced cigars that are always in high demand, but decided to make these cigars as a way to reach smokers who are looking for affordable alternatives. Who isn't looking for a deal these days? Read about Tony's history and accomplishments below.
He personally supervises each roller in the creation of each cigar, and some of them are even made by the man himself. Corona is 6 inches long with a ring gauge of 42. 25 cigars are hand packed in a cellophane bundle. Quantities are limited so hurry and get these bargains before they are sold out.
Tony Alvarez is a Cuban Master cigar maker. Have one of his cigars and you will immediately recognize that he is an expert. He grew tobacco and hand rolled perfect cigars in Cuba for Monte Cristo, Romeo y Julieta and Cohiba. He then fled Cuba and while in Miami, Florida rolled for Don Tito, La Gloria Cubana and eventually started CAONAO cigars. He sold his interest in that cigar company and went to Esteli, Nicaragua to open his own small factory. His cigars are all totally made by hand, and many he makes himself. Tony only uses the best habano wrappers, binders and fillers. As in the traditional cuban cigar factory, cigars do not leave his factory until he personally inspects them. They are all top-shelf cigars. That is the only way that Tony knows how to make them.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Mar 2017
Darker, harsher, rougher smoke than I expected or wanted
Posted by Launica on 24th Sep 2016
Even draw and burn. mild to medium with some complexity and good smoke and flavor. I left these in the humidor for a week before trying one. I usually prefer Dominican cigars but these live up to their name. I plan to buy these again.