Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano
This is highly apparent in the limited edition Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano cigars. For the longest time, the blend here was George’s private reserve. In 2011 he was kind enough to release his secret stash into the world. That was the first edition of Zulu Zulu cigars. In this latest edition, Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano cigars, Rico commissioned Washington D.C. street artist MasPaz to collaborate on the line’s branding. And that’s not all—a portion of each sale supports Columbia’s La Casa de la Madre y el Niño orphanage. It was through this orphanage that MasPaz was adopted.
Rather than rolling the Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano cigars in Honduras at Gran Habano's factory, George thought it best to operate out of his factory in Miami. The reasoning here is this is a close collaboration with MasPaz, who adds a line drawing to each box of cigars, so it makes sense for George and the artist to at least be in the same country and on the same coast. MasPaz's line drawings display a mother protectively cradling her child. The paper bands that adorn the cigars also showcase this drawing.
Beneath a feisty Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, you'll find the once-private blend of George Rico comprised of Nicaragua long-fillers and a Nicaraguan Habano binder. This leads to flavor notes of spice, coffee, and caramel. These cigars are produced in extremely limited runs. Grab a box before it's too late!
Please enjoy Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano cigars at your leisure.
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Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Spice, caramel, coffee.
What’s the strength level?
Medium to Full.
Who is this cigar for?
So many people! Fans of MasPaz might become cigar smokers because they have to have the limited edition art. Fans of Gran Habano and/or spicy Nicaraguans could become huge MasPaz fans. The possibilities here are endless. And it’s all for a good cause, and everyone is a fan of that.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
There is little doubt that you’ll let one tasty pull get away.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Smoke Gran Habano Zulu Zulu Habano cigars with North Coast Old Stock Ale. There’s a caramel thing going on in this ale that is ideal for this stick.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Since proceeds from this cigar benefit orphans, why not use your smoking time to think of everything you have to be grateful for, and then continue the practice. It’s one habit that will pay you back tenfold.
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