Encased in a distinctive porcelain jar, the San Cristóbal de La Habana Torreon Cigar is an exceptionally rare find, with only 2,000 units crafted. This exclusive edition instantly becomes a coveted collectible for aficionados fortunate enough to acquire it.
The name of the format, "Torreon," meaning "tower" in Spanish, pays homage to the watchtower of the historical fortress "El Morro," which once stood sentinel over the entrance to Havana's harbor.
Sporting a Sublimes vitola, these cigars boast dimensions of 150 mm in length with a 54-ring gauge, embodying the medium-flavored profile characteristic of the San Cristóbal de La Habana brand.
Popular Vitola: Torreon
Factory Vitola: Sublimes
Ring Gauge: 54
Cigar Length: 154 mm / 6.0 in