Ever wonder what happens to the tobacco scraps that are trimmed from cigars on the rolling table? In the case of Tabacos Baez Serie SF, no premium leaf is left to waste, being repurposed into this mixed-filler smoking experience.
Commonly known as the Cuban sandwich, combining short and long filler tobaccos is an old technique used to showcase a smoking profile close to that of a traditional long-filler cigar but at much more approachable price points. As one of the most acclaimed cigar-producing families in the world, the Garcías' take on the Cuban sandwich does not disappoint. The cigar is dubbed Tabacos Baez Serie SF, being a recreation of a brand of the same name, originally rolled in Cuba by Don Pepín García's uncle.
Combining both short and long filler tobaccos, the Tabacos Baez Serie SF is the most affordable smoking experience from the legendary García family. The cigar boasts all-Nicaraguan binder/fillers, being secured in an oily Nicaraguan Habano wrapper. The end result offers a medium body an dependable flavors of earth, black pepper, medium-roast coffee, and buttered toast.