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A. Fuente Fuente Opus X A Cigar

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Greetings, Fuente fans and Opus admirers. The A. Fuente Fuente Opus X “A” cigar is individually packaged in its own coffin and measures over 9 inches in length. This vitola is one of the rarer Opus facings and is only released to market every few years.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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A. Fuente Añejo No. 8-8-8 Cigar

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Greetings, Fuente fans. The A. Fuente Añejo No. 8-8-8 is a thin torpedo and a rare offering. As you may know, the Añejo usually comes out in the winter but because this is a new vitola, the company wanted to offer this during the trade show. The cigar is made of Opus filler and binder with a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper that is aged in Cognac barrels for a number of years hence the name of the line.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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Arturo Fuente Gran AniverXario Destino al Siglo Cigar

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Greetings, Fuente fans. The Arturo Fuente Gran AniverXario Destino al Siglo cigar has a Habano seed wrapper that is grown in the open sunlight at Chateau de la Fuente. The cigars are packed in 2 rows of 13 (a significant number for the Fuentes) in a box that looks like a book (a style they started with the Hemingway Masterpiece in the 80s). This cigar commemorates their century in the business.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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Casa Cuba Pre-Release 2013 Cigar

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Greetings, Fuente fans. We have opened our latest cigar arrival. The Casa Cuba is Fuente’s newest brand and the cigar we are offering now is a sneak-peek of the new cigar line. Sporting a secondary band that underscores that this is a pre-release and is dated with the year, the Casa Cuba has been highly anticipated. The brand was made to commemorate the centennial celebration of the famed Dominican cigar company. The vitola is dubbed Doble Cinco (a term referring to the particular domino hand). Because of the quantity we received, we are limiting the sale of this cigar to one stick per person.

Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port

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Fuente Opus X Destino and Casa Cuba Cigars

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Greetings, Fuente fans. Saw an invoice from A. Fuente emailed to us last night that has Casa Cuba Doble Cinco & Opus X Destino Lancero & Opus X Destino Super Belicoso cigar order on the way. These are some of their centennial cigars that will be hitting the market the next few months.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown

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Greetings, Fuente fans. We recently received the A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown to our surprise. As is usual with rare Fuente releases, the company just sent this vitola without us requesting it or informing our staff. Believe us, we’re not complaining! We’ll take as many as they can send us! It’s always a pleasant surprise when we receive rare Fuente cigars. Anyway, in honor of A. Fuente’s centennial celebration in 2013 (postponed a year late due to packaging problems and the tobacco warehouse fire), you can expect some new and maybe one-time limited runs from the famed Dominican cigar maker. (Angel’s Share, anyone?)
The A. Fuente King T Rosado Sungrown is dressed in gorgeous glossy crimson tubes as opposed to the normal production King Ts which come packaged in black and white aluminum tubes. The King T RSG has the same wrapper found in the Rosado Sungrown line whose Vitola 44 received Cigar Aficionado’s No. 5 ranking in 2012. Let us know what you think of this cigar when you light it up, but remember to hurry and get yours today.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port
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A. Fuente Chateau Fuente Cigars

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Greetings, fans of Fuente. We want to let you know that the well-known Fuente cigar line named after the famous tobacco farm, the Chateau Fuente is available at discount at http://cigarearth.com/A-Fuente-Chateau-Fuente_c129.htm.
The A. Fuente Chateau Fuente was inspired by the famed tobacco farm dubbed Chateau de la Fuente which is located in the Dominican Republic. The Chateau Fuente cigar line is not only one of the best-selling cigar lines from Arturo Fuente, but it is in fact one of the largest sellers in the cigar industry. Wrapped in a distinctive cedary sleeve and adorned with either a green foot band (for the Natural or Maduro varieties) or black foot band (for the Natural Sungrown), the Chateau Fuente line is very consistent and represents the best in cigar construction and blending. The Natural blend has a more cedary, earthy note, while the Maduro provides a sweet, toasty, mineral profile and the Natural Sun Grown exhibits an earthy, woody & nutty profile.
Until the next post, siempre fumando,
Habana Port