Soneros Maduro by Cubanacan Cigar Review

Soneros Maduro by Cubanacan Cigar Review

Soneros Maduro by Cubanacan Cigar Review

Two years ago, Cubanacan Cigars introduced Soneros at IPCPR 2013.

The brainchild of Cubanacan’s master blender, Omar Gonzalez Aleman, Soneros is blended to pay tribute to “the flavors, aromas and blends of the past”. The past, in this case, refers to Aleman’s years in the Cuban tobacco industry, during which he rose to the position of general manager at the famed La Corona Cigar Factory.

Soneros utilizes tobacco that is said to be aged for a minimum of five years, and is offered in two variations—habano claro, and maduro. Both are wrapped over a binder from Ecuador, and fillers from Nicaragua. It was initially offered in four sizes— 5 3/4 petit sublime, 5 1/2 x 60 gran robusto, 5 1/2 x 60 campana (belicoso), and a 6 x 52 toro. The following year the company added a 5 5/8 x 46 corona gorda to the portfolio, available in both wrappers. Click here to read the full review.

About Joseph Carroll

I am an enthusiast of all things cigars – from the experience of smoking, to becoming engrossed in their culture. In an age increasingly dominated by technology and automated manufacturing, I consciously strive to retain an appreciation for pursuits based around concepts like craftsmanship, passion, and artistic expression. I believe that quirks and flaws are often what gives art its beauty. I aim to embrace both the good and the bad in my writing, as I think both sides of the coin are necessary to capture something in its entirety. In my spare time I enjoy reading, exceeding speed limits, and nursing my fetish for all things Koenigsegg Automotive.

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