Aladino Rancho Luna

  • Origin Honduras
  • Wrapper Honduras
  • Binder Honduras
  • Filler Honduras
  • Strength Medium

Aladino and JRE Tobacco may not be household names in the premium cigar industry, but that doesn’t mean you haven’t enjoyed a cigar or two from these fine folks before. As a matter of fact, you’ve probably heard of a few brands made famous by them. JRE stands for Julio R. Eiroa. He’s the father of Christian Eiroa of Camacho and now CLE Cigar fame, and his factories and farms helped put those brands on the map. Julio has been growing tobacco and making cigars for over 50 years. He was the first person to grow authentic Cuban-seed Corojo tobacco outside of Cuba. This authentic Corojo leaf changed the course of the industry 20 years ago, and it continues to be one of the most sought after tobaccos on the planet. Simply put, Aladino is an under the radar brand that produces some seriously good cigars.

Rancho Luna is a wonderful Honduran puro blended by the master of Honduran Corojo, Julio Eiroa. The cigars are made at JRE’s Las Lomas factory located next to the JRE tobacco farm in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras. Using a blend of Honduran Habano and Corojo tobaccos for the filler and binder, Rancho Luna uses a Honduran Habano wrapper. All of these tobaccos are grown on JRE Farms, too. This generously sized cigar is medium bodied and features notes of cedar, earth, and baking spices with hints of pepper and oak. The smoking experience is laid back and stress free.

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