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Montecristo and Cuaba size it up

Habanos SA has broken new ground for its Montecristo range for the first time in 30 years by launching it in a new size.
And it seems that size is everything at the moment, as two new sizes have been added to the Cuaba range.


Habanos SA have launched a cigar that is five inches or 135 millimetres long under the name Edmundo. The world launch will take place in May and Hunters & Frankau will be holding tastings in London at that time.

The additions to the Cuabo range are the Salamones, which measures seven inches (190mm) with a 57 ring gauge; and the Distinguidos, which measures six inches (160mm) with a 52 ring gauge.

Both are presented in boxes of 10 and the Salamones is now the largest vitola on offer across the range.

All Cuabas are double figurados or shaped cigars, a style that became famous at the end of the 19th century. The fashion was revived with the launch of Cuaba in 1996.
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