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Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro

Angel LaMadrid Cuesta opened up his first cigar factory in 1884, quickly making a name for himself among aficionados of the time. Shortly thereafter, he was joined by Peregrino Rey, with the two combining their surnames to form Cuesta-Rey. The duo's cigars became world renowned, going on to become the official cigar of Spanish King Alfonso XIII.

Supporting the claim that all good things must not come to an end, J.C. Newman Cigar Co. picked up the brand, enlisting arguably the best manufacturer in the world for production: the Fuente family's Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia. In the modern lineup, the Cuesta-Rey Centenario cigar is rolled in natural (Connecticut) and maduro (Connecticut Broadleaf) varieties, allowing for diverse profiles. The darker of the two—the Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro cigar—showcases a gritty Broadleaf wrapper over Cuban-seed binder/fillers. Finally, the cigars are rested in cedar storage rooms for up to five years, allowing the tobaccos to meld to perfection before arriving in the enthusiast's humidor.

What does the Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro cigar taste like?

The Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro cigar is mild for a maduro, allowing for morning pairings with coffee, as well as evening sessions with a porter or Scotch. Expect standout flavors of earth, cocoa, toasted oak, and leather.

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