The Trinity Cigars - Trinidad - Special Habanos
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Directions to The Trinity Cigars
The Trinity are special cigars in many ways. Its history as a brand of cigars began in 1969, and its name is a tribute to the population of Santa Trinidad, located on the southern coast of Cuba since the 16th century, and which UNESCO named a World Heritage Site.
Although in the beginning the production of these cigars was only for official gifts of the State, in 1998 its market was opened to be available to anyone who wanted to taste its elegant vitolas, of medium strength. One of its peculiarities is that in the El Laguito factory, where these cigars are assembled, the large tobacco leaves are subjected to a third controlled fermentation, absent in the other brands.
Unlike the usual process, which requires two fermentations, the third one further refines the flavor and gives Havana a completely different personality. It only takes time. Trinidad is presented in drawers of natural cedar with brooch, 24 and 50 units, and some of its most precious vitolas are the Colonial, Founders, Kings and Robust.
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