Within the next couple of weeks, retailers worldwide should receive a new Cuban product, the Vegueros Centrofinos.
The cigar, made entirely of Cuban tobacco, measures 50 x 130 mm and will be available in tin boxes containing 16 cigars.
The Vegueros brand takes its name from the people involved in the cultivation of tobacco, the farmers, and is manufactured since 1961 in Pinar del Rió by Francisco Donatién. This revamped series of cigars has been reintroduced in 2014, after a break in production lasting many years. The Vegueros Centrofinos joins the other available sizes Entretiempos, Mañanitas and Tapados.