The Capa Flor belongs to the family-owned company called Santa Clara. The family’s history in tobacco dates back to 1830. They updated the line’s presentation recently, and it comes in three different wrapper variations: Connecticut, Habano, and Maduro.
The wrapper is of a Colorado tonality. It has a little tooth to it, and the veins are fairly small. The overall craftsmanship is decent.
- Country of Origin: Mexico
- Size: 50 x 127 mm (5″)
- Wrapper: Ecuador
- Binder: Mexico
- Filler: Mexico, Nicaragua
- Price: $- | € 6
Capa Flor Habano Robusto: unlit, aromas of tobacco and earth can be made out. Once the cigar is lit, it opens with notes of earth and coffee.
Overall, the Capa Flor Habano Robusto is a decent smoke and is surprisingly lighter than expected. Nevertheless, it is quite a generic smoke, and the dryness that appears more often than one would like does not help.