Cosecha 149 - Azacualapa
The Plasencia Cosecha 149 Azacualap Toro was named in honor of Plasencia’s 149th harvest.
It also pays tribute to the fine tobacco that is grown in Honduras, and the hard-working people who tend the rich soil of this Central American country.
A Honduran puro from its dark maduro wrapper right down to its long-filler leaves, the Cosecha 149 uses tobaccos from Jamastran, Olancho, San Agustin, and Talanga, which are four of the top tobacco producing regions in Honduras.
This medium strength, medium to full-bodied stick truly captures the essence of Honduran tobacco with its earthy, spicy, and cedar notes.
The Cosecha 149 is handmade in Honduras.
What a cigar!!
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