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Cuaba was launched in 1996 in an attempt to revive the figurado vitola. Indeed, each cigar in the line is a figurado, ranging from the small Divinos (4×43), to the massive Diademas (9.13×55).

The “Cuaba” name stems from the Taino Indian word for a native Cuban tree, which was used to light the tobacco.

The cigar’s flavor profile is often compared to that of the Romeo y Julieta, and both cigars are made at the same factory.

  • Wrapper: Cuba (Pinar del Rio)
  • Binder: Cuba (Pinar del Rio)
  • Filler: Cuba (Pinar del Rio)
  • Factory: Briones Montoto (Romeo y Julieta) (Cuba)
  • Production: Regular release
  • Packaging: 5-ct (paper) | 10-ct | 25-ct boxes
  • Price: $6.00 – $25.00