The original Bolivar Cigars are one of the oldest and most trusted brands still being produced in Honduras today. The blend was first produced by the renowned Cuban-born cigar legend Estelo Padron, to closely emulate the character and taste of its Cuban counterpart that’s manufactured in Havana. Bolivar Cofradia cigars feature a classic long-filler combination of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos that come dressed in a stunning, black, oily, Connecticut Broadleaf Oscuro wrapper. The result combines heavy flavors of chocolate, coffee, earth, and spice for a bold, robust smoke from start to finish. After many years as the lone wolf, the brand added the first line extension called Bolivar Heritage cigars. These top-notch cigars, produced in the Dominican Republic, are adorned in a silky reddish hue Habano-seed Connecticut wrapper. Underneath this pristine crown, is an Ecuadorian Sumatra binder, and a five-nation blend of Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico, and Dominican Republic long fillers. These pigtail capped vitolas are brimming with bold captivating notes of earth, leather, spice, cocoa, and cedar. Hearty and delicious, Heritage has joined its older cousin Cofradia as a staple in tons of cigar smokers’ humidors. We recommend you get your hands on both affordable blends the next time you place an online order from JR Cigar.