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Cuevas Reserva Natural and Maduro

Cuevas Reserva Natural and Maduro

Cuevas Reserva Natural and Maduro 800 450 Roberto Canzi

Casa Cuevas, producer of Dominican premium cigars, announces the release of the new Cuevas Reserva Natural and Maduro cigars.

Cuevas Reserva Maduro, one of Luis Cuevas Sr’s favorite blends, is made up of a Mexican San Andres wrapper, Dominican binder (Piloto Cubano) and a Dominican and Nicaraguan (from Ometepe) filler.

Cuevas Reserva Natural is made up of a Ecuadorian wrapper, a Habano binder and Dominican, Nicaraguan and American tobacco in the filler.

Both versions are available in three different sizes and in the future an extension of the line is planned:

  • Robusto, 52 x 127 mm
  • Toro, 50 x 152 mm
  • Torpedo, 52 x 159 mm

Produced at Tabacalera Las Lavas SRL in the Dominican Republic, the new Casa Cuevas are available in 20 count boxes (the packaging is in vintage Cuban style). Prices are slightly different, Natural starts from $ 9.50 up to $ 10.40, while the Maduro is slightly more expensive, with the prices ranging from $ 10.40 up to $ 10.90.