Habanos - - History -

The brand cho­sen to com­me­mo­ra­te the "Year of the Ox" ac­cor­ding to the Chi­ne­se lu­nar ca­len­dar, has been Ho­yo de Mon­te­rrey, which owes its ori­gin to the li­ke-na­me plan­ta­tion lo­ca­ted in San Juan y Mar­ti­nez, in the heart of Vuel­ta Aba­jo*. The Ho­yo de Mon­te­rrey plan­ta­tion is one of the most fa­mous top-of-the-li­ne to­bac­co plan­ta­tions, a sym­bol of the rich­ness of the Cu­ban land for ma­king Ha­ba­nos.

Ho­yo de Mon­te­rrey's "Pri­ma­ve­ras" is an ex­clu­si­ve pro­duc­tion and in li­mi­ted quan­ti­ties, to com­me­mo­ra­te the Chi­ne­se New Year. This pro­duct is pre­sen­ted in a spe­cial box of 18 ci­gars ma­de "to­tally by hand with long fi­ller", fo­llo­wing a ca­re­ful se­lec­tion of the lea­ves for wrap­per, fi­ller and bin­der from the most pres­ti­gious area of Vuel­ta Aba­jo*, in the re­gion of Pi­nar del Río*, Cu­ba*.

*D.O.P. (Pro­tec­ted Ap­pe­lla­tion of Ori­gin)

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