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If you have recently been thinking that your bold cigars are just not bold enough, La Gloria Cubana Serie R Black Maduro cigars are sure to satisfy your palate. But these bold cigars are about more than just raw strength, they have the refinement and balance that one would expect from this popular brand.

La Gloria Cubana got its start in the mid-1880s in Cuba as a small boutique brand that garnered a bit of popularity among the people of Cuba. Changing hands a couple of times throughout the century and split between Cuban and non-Cuban following the Cuban embargo, the La Gloria Cubana brand eventually landed with Ernesto Perez-Carrillo in 1980.

It was under EP Carrillo’s leadership that both he and the brand became incredibly famous. Nowadays, the La Gloria Cubana brand is made under the watchful eye of the Scandinavian Tobacco Group, owners of other major Cuban-heritage brands like Punch, Cohiba, and Partagas.

Marking one of the first La Gloria blends to be made in Nicaragua at the STG Esteli factory, the Serie R Black Maduro features a core blend of aged Nicaraguan long filler and binder tobaccos. Embracing the spicy center is a top-quality Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper with a dusky shade that is dark as night. The wrapper was also fermented for over a year to bring it to that deep maduro character and aged an additional two years prior to rolling.

Prepare your palate for a full-bodied deluge of black pepper, coffee, charred wood, earth, and rich spice to cascade over your palate with every puff, yet no one note dominates the flavor profile with the flavors displaying impeccably good balance. These gems are the ideal smoke for any seasoned connoisseur to have in their humidor.

La Gloria Cubana Serie R Black Maduro cigars are offered in four big-ring sizes and packaged in either boxes of 18 or in packs of 10. To add some to your collection at the best prices on the web, look no further and order your Serie R Black Maduro cigars online from JR today.

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