If you ever wanted to smoke like you were in Havana during American prohibition, boy do we have the smoke for you. Cuban-American artist and cigar maker Ernesto Padilla is about to release a specialty crate of 100 cigars dubbed the Padilla 1932 Millisime.
Labeled with the phrase “those who dare, win” in English and Latin, these cigars are stuffed with vintage Nicaraguan tobaccos — meaning they won’t come cheap. Stocking your humidor with 100 of these puppies will set you back a whopping $4,750 or $47.50 a cigar, according to Cigar Aficionado.
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“Every factory I’ve worked with always has bales they don’t want to use in blends,” Padilla told Aficionado. “Tobacco they call their queen bales.”
The tabacco was aged in tercios — a Cuban technic of storing the nobel weed in palm bark-wrapped bales.
The crate contain 20 Toros, Double Toros, Robustos, Figurados and Churchills. The cigars are out this September. [CA]