Cabaiguan - pronounced kah-bei-gWAHN, is named after a city in northern Sancti Spiritus province of Cuba.  It is a medium bodied cuban style cigar, but we would consider it even stronger - especially towards the finish.  A Connecticut seed Shade Grown Ecuadorian wrapper gives this cigar a burst of flavor and spice before lighting and mixes with the Nicaraguan blend of filler for an extremely flavorful smoke.  Pepin's son, Jaime, worked with Pete during the blending process to produce this beauty.  Four vitolas (along with the Petit) provide another source of conflict between your friends over which one is their favorite.  We like them all!  The Guapo is the newest release in the Cabaiguan line.  It features either an Ecuadorian Sun Grown wrapper or a Broadleaf maduro wrapper paired with the same Cabaiguan blend - making them stand out in the Cabaiguan offerings as their own family.  All Cabaiguan sizes in hinged cabinet boxes of 24 cigars.  (Cabaiguan Petit in cabinets of 50)   Guapo sizes in hinged cabinets of 20 cigars.  Wrapped in paper inside of the box to ensure safe tavel.  Cabaiguan line is "Cuban Made in Miami".   Guapos are made at the My Father Cigars factory in Esteli, Nicaragua.

Strength: Mild/Medium
Wrapper: Connecticut
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua

Coronas Extra - 5.75 x 46
Robustos Extra - 5.25 x 50
Imperiales - 7 x 47
Belicoso Fino - 5.5 x 52
Petite Cabaiguan - 4.5 x 32
Guapos Junior - 4.75 x 42
Guapos 46 - 5.75 x 46
Guapos RX - 5.25 x 50
Guapos Original - 5.75 x 54