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Launched in the autumn of 1996 this is the latest Havana to hit the cigar market and is produced in the Romeo Y Julieta factory in Cuba. Its name derives from an old Taino Indian word for a type of bush that was used for lighting cigars at religious ceremonies

The cigar is reminiscent of vintage cigars with its tapered end, known as a 'figuardo'. This shape was very popular during the 19th Century.