AMERICAN CARIBBEAN CIGARS

AMERICAN CARIBBEAN CIGARS

LA ROSA DE SANDIEGO

La Rosa de Sandiego pays tribute to Cuba’s San Diego de Los Baños, renowned for its hot springs and fertile tobacco soil.
Established in 1883, it birthed numerous cigar factories. President Damian Tapanes, with deep ties to the region, crafted these cigars steeped in Cuban tradition.
The Gigante, an 8×80, demands ample time to savor. With Rayado Tri-color, Habano, and Maduro wrappers, each offers distinct profiles.
The Maduro features a San Andres wrapper, while the Connecticut defies typical mildness, offering rich flavor with a medium punch.
Habano, sweetened by extended fermentation, delivers a balanced, powerful profile. The interplay of Ometepe, Jalapa, and Pennsylvania Broadleaf fillers defines the Habano’s strength, flavor, and sweetness.
The Ecuadorian Habano 2000 wrapper, aged over 2 years, completes the blend.

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BELLA MUNDO

The Bouncer will be an all box-pressed line available in three sizes. The blend features a San Andres wrapper over a Sumatra binder and Nicaraguan fillers from Estelí, Jalapa, and Ometepe.

Blend Profile

  • Wrapper: San Andres Mexican
  • Binder: Sumatra
  • Filler: Nicaraguan (Estelí, Jalapa, and Ometepe)
  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua (American Caribbean)

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THE BOUNCER

Bella Mundo will be available in three sizes. The blend features a Brazilian Cubra wrapper over a Sumatra binder and Nicaraguan Criollo filler.

Blend Profile

  • Wrapper: Brazilian Cubra
  • Binder: Sumatra
  • Filler: Nicaraguan Criollo
  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua (American Caribbean)

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THE TRAVELER

The Traveler is a brand owned by Emiliano Lagos. After doing cigar events for many years, Lagos decided to launch his own brand in 2017. He is teaming up with American Caribbean Cigars to make his brand.

The Traveler originally launched in Europe, but now has started to make his way through the states.  Because he traveled to do his events, Lagos decided to call his brand “The Traveler”.

Each of his vitolas is named for an international airport.