These cigars are the first to be released directly under the Siglo de Oro brand, the name of our factory. It took a lot of time to prepare it for release, for instance, it took one year to develop the label! … Read more >There are 3 vitolas, each item is made with 2 different wrappers (natural and maduro).
1 — Siglo de Oro Tarde(RG55, length 150)
2 — Siglo de Oro Mañana (RG55, length 180)
3 — Siglo de Oro Noche (RG70, length 180).
The first wrapper is colorado maduro. Filler and binder are made from Nicaraguan tobacco from 3 different Nicaraguan tobacco regions – Jalapa, Esteli, Condega. The wrapper is Ecuadorian Corojo 99.
The second wrapper is colorado. Filler and binder are from Cuba, the wrapper is Ecuadorian Habano 2000.
The history of the Siglo de Oro Cuadrados cigar is even longer. They were rolled back in 2012 and finally their time has come. This cigar is unique in everything. Let’s start with an incredible golden wrapper, which we managed to find only for 2000 cigars! But, of course, the main thing is the design of the vitola. Filler is put in the square press mold and the wrapper is put on the bunch. Due to this the cigar head is ideally square and not round as usual. This cigar is better cut by a cigar punch and not by a cutter in order to keep the corners of the head.
3 new vitolas are being prepared for release, all RG60 in different lengths.