Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano
As the story goes, there’s quite a lot of folks who work on each cigar. For a rough guideline, tobacco industry experts usually say that it takes 300 hands to take a tobacco seed from planting to incorporation in a cigar blend. That’s over a hundred people preparing the soil, tending to plants, harvesting tobacco, working in curing barns, transporting leaf around the farm and into aging or rolling rooms, rolling cigars, packing boxes, getting things ready for shipment… and that’s not to say anything about the company teams who get people excited about the product, distribute it, and connect with the all the partners it takes to bring delicious premium smokes into your hands.
Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano cigars are a way to not just acknowledge the contributions of all these people, but to actually fundraise to help alleviate the challenges of poverty for those in Nicaragua who don’t have the same things many of us have here in the States.
The situation will be familiar to anyone who grew up in a tough situation. The folks we’re talking about life in places where electricity and running water don’t go. Access to education, medicine, and many of the things that are right at our fingertips in prosperous parts of the U.S. is limited. While charity begins at home and we need to address our own problems, it’s also easy enough to pick up a high-quality cigar like the Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano that gives 25% of the profits to the people of Nicaragua.
We get a good smoke, and they get another helping hand to join with the 300 and help lift a nation one small notch higher out of poverty.
Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano cigars have an exotic mix of tobaccos. We bet it took a lot more than 300 hands to get these things made, actually! Inside, there’s a Dominican and Nicaraguan long-filler blend. Then comes the woody and fragrant Cameroon binder. After that is the namesake of the blend, an attractive Ecuador Habano wrapper.
Light it up and flavors abound – there are notes of malted cocoa, baking spice, stewed apple, and more. This is a banquet feast fit for you and all your friends to join in and stuff yourselves silly on all the dishes that are offered. Each of the stogies in this line is so much more than just a charitable project. They would all stand on their own merits as complex, flavorful smokes. The opportunity to do good is the cherry on top of the sundae!
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Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Malted cocoa, baking spice, stewed apple.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano cigars are for people who want a wealth of flavor while smoking for a good cause.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
What’s a good pairing with it?
Cana Fuerta makes aged rum in Nicaragua that would be a great pairing here.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
When you’re in the mood to really taste your cigar.
We didn’t see any reviews less than 4 stars. That’s a great sign for this blend!