The main thrust of the Famous Smoke Shop Cuban Cigar Hub is to help educate and inform cigar smokers about the ongoing status of Cuban cigars until the Embargo is lifted and U.S.-Cuba relations are normalized.
The new additions include Melt, Scorch, and Singe, representing the fourth, fifth, and sixth additions to the Inferno cast. Oliva and Famous Smoke Shop have been collaborating on the Inferno brand since 2012 with the debut of the original blend.
These new and highly anticipated new line is produced at Altadis’ Flor de Copan factory in Honduras, a landmark in the cigarmaking industry that produces several H. Upmann, Romeo, and Saint Luis Rey cigars. Famous is taking an ethereal turn with the blends, naming them Dark Lord, Chimera, Hydra, and Wraith.
The cigar offers a full-flavored blend of specially-aged long-fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua embraced by a Mexican San Andrés Negro binder, and finished in a flawless, dark-natural Habano wrapper grown in Ecuador.
Keeping the series consistent from a blending perspective, Jesus Fuego created Vudu Damballa using equal parts Nicaraguan, Honduran Criollo, and Brazilian Mata Fina long-fillers, bound them in a Brazilian Corojo leaf, and rolled them in a savory, Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper.
Already made immensely popular due to an early, limited edition release with CigarDojo.com, RoMa Craft has added multiple sizes within the brand, all of which will be made for sale only through Famous Smoke Shop.