Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Culebra Cigar Review in Cigar Aficionado

My latest issue of Cigar Aficionado came in today, and after a quick scan I recalled a post I made a couple of years ago about the culebra cigar vitola, you can check that out here. With the possible exception of the tobacco pipe I wrote about, culebra cigars are one of the "funner" (is that a word?) cigars I have smoked...

Find Cigar Aficionado's review of the Partagas Culebra in the October issue. Click here for a preview.


1 comment:

  1. The creation of the culebra cigar starts with 3 long Panatelas that are twisted together when the tobacco is extremely moist. The roll can only be done by very specialized workers and is therefore limited in the amount created and by the brand that can produce them.