The Cuaba Tradicionales was presented to the world in 1996, simultaneously with the worldwide launch of the brand. As with all the brand’s cigars, the size is a Double Figurado, and Favoritos is the name of the vitola de Galera. They are sold in 25 count dress boxes.
Officially, this cigar appears to be discontinued, but it is still readily available in stores worldwide.
Visually, the cigar is wrapped in a bright Colorado-colored wrapper, with reflections that vary from brown to red depending on the box. To the touch, it is quite smooth with light veins. The filling may sometimes seem lacking in some samples, but not to the point of compromising the smoke.
- Country of Origin: Cuaba
- Size: 42 x 120 mm (4.72″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ N.A. – € 8.50
Cuaba Tradicionales: strong wood aromas are perceived in the cold draw, followed by less marked earthy nuances.
In conclusion, the Cuaba Tradicionales is a fairly representative cigar of the brand, with its typical aromas (in particular in the second third). It reveals a respectable profile with a contained strength level. Perfect if enjoyed after a light lunch.