- New vitola of heavy ring gauge and short length which is to be incorporated into the regular portfolio of the Montecristo brand.
- Because of its dimensions, this Habano complements other formats of current trend, offering all the flavor and character of Montecristo in a short smoking time.
presents the new Montecristo Media Corona (44 ring gauge x 90 mm length), a new (size) that is incorporated into the regular portfolio of the brand in its Línea Clásica, which is launched to the market in a presentation of a Semi Boîte Nature with 25 .
Montecristo Media Corona, which will begin to arrive to the worldwide outlets in the coming days, offers to the smoker all the flavor of Montecristo, with its traditional medium to full flavor, suitable for a short smoking time.
This vitola is a Habano of intense flavor and nice smoke, with woody, dry and sweet touches, providing the smoker with a complete and unctuous sensation in the mouth.
Montecristo Media Corona is characterized by the traditional flavor of the Línea Clásica of Montecristo and an excellent draw with a 44 ring gauge, more powerful because of its short length. Its natural brown of red touches gives it a beautiful presence.
All the Habanos of the Montecristo brand are made con (Totally handmade with Long Filler) with selected leaves from * – the best tobacco zone in the world – in the region of *, Cuba.
Montecristo Media Corona incorporates the new of the brand that, while being innovative in its technical printing elements, maintains the historic style of the brand.
||Ring Gauge 44 (17,46mm) x 90 mm in length
||Semi Boîte Nature (SBN) of 25 units
* (D.O.P) Protected Denomination of Origin.
The waiter in a bar or restaurant skilled in the art of selecting and serving Habanos
as well as recommending matches with drinks or other products like coffee, tea or even chocolate. A contest to find the world's best Habanosommelier is staged as part of the Festival del Habano each year.
A word with many meanings. In Cuba it refers to the size and shape of a cigar (vitola de galera factory name, vitola de salida market name) and also to a particular size of cigar in an individual packing. In Spain it means a cigar band or ring (vitolfilia cigar band collecting). To some it has an almost spiritual meaning encapsulating every aspect of their cigar of choice.
The official Denominación de Origen Protegida (D.O.P.), or Protected Denomination of Origin used only to describe the most outstanding brands of cigars, which are manufactured in Cuba to the most exacting standards established by the Regulatory Council
, from tobaccos grown only in particular areas of the island that are also protected as Denominations of Origin. In English the word translates as Havanas, which are widely considered to be the best cigars in the world.
The outside wrapper leaf of the Habano.
Totally by hand. A description created in Havana to differentiate between Cuban methods of making cigars by hand from the semi-mechanised metods used elsewhere that can legally be described as "Hecho a Mano" or "Hand Made".
Long filler. Filler that is made from full-length tobacco leaves.
The finest tobacco-growing land in the world, Vuelta Abajo
is the main source of tobacco for Habanos
, and the only zone that grows all types of leaf: wrappers, fillers and binders. A Protected Denomination of Origin.
The name of the region that embraces all of the important growing zones in the west of Cuba, and the name of the provincial capital. A Protected Denomination of Origin.
The Cuban word for a cigar band or ring (known in Spain as a vitola