Without a doubt one of the finest offerings from the long list of General Cigar Company brands, the name “Spanish Rosado” is derived from the wrapper that is grown exclusively for them in the San Agustín Valley of Honduras. Unique in flavor, this cigar bears a Honduran shade wrapper with a rich, oily, dark-reddish-brown color. Its spicy taste comes from the Connecticut broadleaf binder that wraps fillers from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Honduras. This is a medium-to-full-bodied smoke for the serious cigar smoker. Offering the best of both worlds, it also pairs well with a strong cup of coffee or a smoky glass of single malt.