Arturo Fuente Casa Cuba is a tribute to the early days of cigar making. This was the last blend created by the late Carlos Fuente Sr. He learned from his father Arturo about Cuban cigars’ experience and flavor. Carlos Sr. selected an Ecuadorian Havana wrapper tobacco, chose a mix of Cuban-seed Dominican grown long-filler and binder, and blended them in the same way he blended Cuban tobacco many years ago. Each vitola or cigar size is named after a dominoes piece. Arturo Fuente Casa Cuba will delight those who prefer a full-flavor, medium to full-bodied smoke. Buy some today if you are lucky enough to find them in stock!
Arturo Fuente was born on November 18th, 1887, in Güines, La Habana, Cuba. Afterward, in 1906, Arturo moved to Key West, Florida, a beautiful location where Cuban immigrants, including his own siblings, already had laid the seeds for a thriving cigar industry. This industry grew to the north when another immigrant from Cuba, Vicente Martinez-Ybor, left Key West and founded the now world-famous cigar town, Ybor City located in Tampa, Florida. Made by Arturo Fuente’s son Carlos Fuente, Sr., Casa Cuba Flor Fina ultra-premium cigars are regarded by many as the pinnacle of cigar perfection. Undoubtedly, you will want to get your hands on this definite must-try for Fuente fans and cigar aficionados.
Product Type: Super-premium handmade Dominican cigars.
Unique Blend Attributes: “I blended this cigar the way I used to blend Cuban tobacco,” said Master Blender Carlos Fuente, Sr. The name of each Arturo Fuente Casa Cuba size refers to the game of dominoes.
Strength Profile: Medium to full body.
Master Blender Tasting Notes: “Draws beautifully, showing a spicy, woody smoke that elegantly transitions between notes of cloves and citrus to nutmeg and baking spices. The finish is profoundly redolent of rich, dark chocolate.”