The 601 Red Habano made its appearance in 2006, as a full-bodied Nicaraguan Cigar having a wonderful Nicaraguan Habano Wrapper, Nicaraguan Binder and long Filler.
When it comes to flavor, Cigar Aficionado noted “a pointy torpedo whose nutty, woody core of cedar and walnuts is framed by notes of honeyed tea and a mineral finish.” Let us add to that the notes of earth that sticks at the back of the palate at the end of each puff…
Cigar.com commented that, “because of its intense bitter aromas and long finish, this blend has often been compared to many of the popular Cuban cigars made today”, maybe because it looks like the Cuban Ramon Allones?!
This Cigar has been showing some excellent construction notes even over a year of storage inside humidors.
Below are the Cigar details:
Made by : San Lotano Cigars S.A.
Wrapper : Nicaragua
Binder : Nicaragua
Filler : Nicaragua
Dimensions : 6 1/8” x 52
Price : $7.95
Rating : 93
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