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12/04/13 - Cigar Aficionado - Cuban Bolivar Made Exclusively for La Casa del Habano

A new Cuban Bolivar has come to market, but it's only available at La Casa
del Habano retail shops. With more than 140 locations worldwide, La Casa
del Habano is an international franchise partially owned by Cuban cigar
distributor Habanos S.A.

Each year, these official tobacconists receive special cigars, and the
latest release is a Bolivar Libertadores. It measures 6 1/2 inches by 54
ring (the same size, or vitola, as the Cohiba Sublimes) and comes in boxes
of 10. The Bolivar Libertadores was first introduced as a Regional Edition
for France in 2006, but has been resurrected for this year's Casa del
Habano exclusive.

Each wooden, unvarnished semi boite nature box is furnished with hinges, a
brooch clasp and a large, decorative side sticker of Simon Bolivar that
wraps around the top and bottom of the box (called a papeleta in cigar-box

Like most cigars specifically aimed at Casas del Habano, the Libertadores
are demarcated by secondary sienna-colored bands gilded with the Casa del
Habano logo. According to global Cuban distributor Habanos S.A., the new
Bolivar is recommended for smokers who are "seeking powerful flavors."

The Bolivar Libertadores is the second Casa del Habano exclusive released
this year. The H. Upmann Connossieur A, which was also billed by Habanos as
a Casa special, shipped to the retail [8]franchise shops in October.

Below is a chart that lists all of the official La Casa del Habano
exclusive cigars that Habanos S.A. has manufactured, including their
respective release year, dimensions and Cigar Aficionado rating.

For more on this story, and to find out which La Casa del Habano shops have
the cigars in stock, see the current issue of Cigar Insider.

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