With the purpose of providing an experience that goes back to the golden age between the years of 1947 to 1961, Julio Eiroa has created a classic brand of cigars, which he has named Aladino, inspired by the name of the historic cinema located where today stands the most important cigar factory in Honduras.
The Aladino Connecticut is a smooth-bodied cigar. The cigar is wrapped in a Connecticut wrapper, packed to the brim with a Honduran Corojo binder and long-fillers, providing an earthy profile as well as hints of cedar, licorice and buttercream with a smooth finish.
Its wrapper shows us an appearance of coffee with abundant cream, without major irregularities or traces of the leaf’s oils that make it a very pleasant cigar to the touch. Likewise, after light, the draft gives us an aroma of cedar with certain notes of peanuts and sweet cream.
The strength and body that characterize the Aladino Connecticut, fall on its smoothness, and the harmony presented by all the flavors that make up this cigar, which makes it perfect to be consumed by a novice smoker, but without a doubt, You will also appreciate a more experienced one who is clearly in search of a quality cigar.