The brand isn’t named after the island of Trinidad, but instead of the Cuban city La Santisima Trinidad (the “Holy Trinity”). A rare smoke made in limited batches from the late 1960s onward, Trinidad cigars were originally reserved for diplomatic use as gifts to foreign dignitaries. Over time, they were offered for sale more broadly, and ultimately versions for sale to the United States were developed. Now, highly skilled collaborators help bring Trinidad cigars to life for a new audience of smokers.
If you’re a fan of classic Cuban cigars, Trinidad cigars are worth a smoke. With the help of master blenders, each of these stogies offers a rich experience that should please aficionados old and new.
Please browse our selection of Trinidad cigars at your leisure.