In Cuba, they have a name for people from A.J. Fernandez’s home town of San Luis: Lutanos. In the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, however, things don’t always get...
In Cuba, they have a name for people from A.J. Fernandez’s home town of San Luis: Lutanos. In the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, however, things don’t always get recorded as planned. Through one mistake or another, when A.J. Fernandez tried to honor his heritage with a new cigar line, it wound up as “San Lotano,” with an “o,” and he simply decided to keep it that way.
So here we have the A.J. Fernandez San Lotano Requiem Connecticut, and we’re fortunate that typos don’t mess up cigars. This one has a smooth Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, a Honduran binder, and aged Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers. It delivers a flavor profile you’ll recognize instantly as Connecticut, with notes of nuts, wood, and buttery cream. The San Lotano Connecticut is nice and mild, allowing you to kick back and relax as you puff away.
A.J. Fernandez himself says the name of this cigar also comes from his family’s brand in Cuba before the revolution. The Fernandez family has been in the cigar business for generations, and apparently, there have been San Lotano cigars in the past. Now, we have a chance to enjoy a little piece of history in our favorite way: by smoking a cigar.
Please browse our selection of San Lotano Requiem Connecticut cigars at your leisure.