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Real Cubans


Buenos Humos

Cohiba Mini White A$12

 These Cohibas offer a mild smoke with balanced iconic Cuban taste in a compact cigarillo structure.Hints of leather, wood, pepper spice, and sweet chocolate with a strong and consistent draw.

Romio e Julieta No3  A$50

flowery and woody aromas, mixed with fruits, and sweet tobacco, with a mild to medium body. It is very aromatic and very straight forward, which makes it a perfect smoke for an inexperienced smoker or for an outdoor activity as it will remain safe and fresh in the aluminum tube.

Oliva Serie V, 

Melanio Maduro $ 65

Expect amplified notes of pepper, earth, espresso, spices, and an undeniable sweetness to give the Melanio Maduro its signature profile. You can look forward to a lot from this one, and as far as that wishing business goes, you'll only wish you had another.

Plasencia149 A$90

This medium strength, medium to full-bodied robusto truly captures the essence of Honduran tobacco with its earthy, spicy, creamy, dark chocolate and cedar notes.

La Conquista A$100

From first glance, this cigar is dressed to kill. Remove the cedar outer wrap, and you’ll find a lush and oily Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper. On the first few effortless puffs, there’s plenty of spice and pepper, but as the cigar progresses things mellow out, with cedar, leather and natural tobacco sweetness.

Carenas A$120

Out of the box, you're greeted with a leathery Nicaraguan wrapper that conceals all-Honduran tobaccos underneath. It creates an easy to enjoy medium-bodied cigar that washes the palate with an array with earthy flavors. Floral notes are met with salty hints and fresh herb-like flavors with a lively, spicy finish.

Jose Pierda A$40

Jose Piedra is especially known for being one of the few cigar brands left that produce handmade short fillers.Hearty and affordable cigars with traditional Cuban flavors of cedar, wood, and roast coffee.

Quintero Fevoritos A$50

Quintero cigars are known for their smooth flavour and medium-bodied strength, making them the perfect choice for those who are looking for less intensity.They are also known for a distinct grassy flavour and a sweet aftertaste that sets them apart from other Cuban cigars.

Montecristo A$80

To create the Montecristo Classic cigar, only the finest Connecticut shade wrappers were hand-selected to conceal a superior mixture of top-notch Dominican long-fillers. As expected, quality is on point with each cigar, producing a dependable cigar that’s mellow, smooth, and well-balanced.

Cohiba siglo ii  A$95

The Cohiba Siglo II is a medium-bodied Mareva that delivers a satisfying and relaxing smoke. Before lighting, the foot gives off a subtle aroma of a barnyard with floral undertones.This Cohiba’s flavor profile is composed of a delicious mixture of honey, leather, cocoa, and vanilla flavors.

Hoye de Monterrey A$130

It's not a mellow cigar, but its flavors are balanced perfectly throughout the smoke, providing an everchanging profile. The cigar starts with a dash of pepper and cinnamon, before transitioning into a more rich center, with notes of cedar, cocoa and nuts.

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