Originally named after the city of La Santisima Trinidad, located on Cuba’s south coast, the name Trinidad now conjures up thoughts of rich cigars with bold flavors. Crafted in the Dominican Republic, these full-bodied but smooth smokes are consistently rated over 90 by Cigar Aficionado. Dark and robust Trinidad cigars are not for the uninitiated cigar smoker.
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The dark, sun-grown Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper encloses a rich Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and a filler blended from Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Peruvian tobaccos, which creates a smoke that is rich and powerful without being overwhelming. Pure smoking satisfaction.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan and Peruvian
Bolder than its Dominican predecessor, the full-bodied Trinidad Reserve is rolled at the La Flor De Copan factory in Honduras. With an excitingly peppery taste, thanks to the Ecuadorian Cubano wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, and aged Honduran and Nicaraguan fillers to provide smooth balance, this rich cigar is often enjoyed by the experienced connoisseur.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Cubano Binder: Nicaraguan Filler: Honduran and Nicaraguan
From the most modern comes the most traditional. The Trinidad Paradox is a modern and innovative box-pressed cigar born out of the purest tobacco tradition for a fuller-bodied, rich and bold smoke that offers maximum pleasure. Made with a Cuban-heritage, San Andrés Criollo '98 seed wrapper, grown in the lush and verdant volcanic soiled fields of the San Andrés valley, the Paradox is bound with Dominican Piloto and filled with a blend of Nicaraguan tobacco to create a cigar with an exotic taste profile that encapsulates modernity at its best.
Wrapper: San Andrés Criollo Binder: Dominican Piloto Filler: Nicaraguan