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La Vieja Habana Corojo

A delightful classic by Drew Estate!

LVH Fumas by Drew Estate are handmade in Esteli, Nicaragua and offer gorgeous packaging and - despite SCHIP tax increases - remains a good value. Each cigar within the Corojo series utilizes a Cuban Corojo wrapper and a mixed-filler blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos grown in both Esteli and the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua. These slow-burning, cool-smoking puros are rich and flavorful with a bit of spice and earthy flavors.
  Size Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Belicoso D (6.0"x54)BOX OF 20 In Stock $80.00$62.40
Bombero (Toro) (6.0"x52)BOX OF 20 In Stock $76.00$59.28
Celebracion National (Churchill) (7.0"x52)BOX OF 20 In Stock $78.00$60.84
Chateau Corona (5.5"x46)BOX OF 20 In Stock $66.00$51.48
Gordito Rico (Gordo) (6.0"x60)BOX OF 16 In Stock $78.40$61.15
Rothschild Luxo (Robusto) (5.5"x52)BOX OF 20 In Stock $72.00$56.16
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Customer Reviews of “La Vieja Habana Corojo”
(La Vieja Habana 'Fumas') This is a tasty and inexpensive smoke that you can smoke 2 or 3 a day without breaking the bank. It's just a no-brainer for me.
LB of San Marcos, CA
First, I was a little skeptical about these things (La Vieja Habana 'Fumas'). I got them to fill the humidor. First one, not too bad. Had them sit in the humidor for about 4 months and now are unbelievable. What a steal! Going back for these every time I want to fill my stash.
TH of Newark, DE
I first bought 'em (La Vieja Habana "Fumas")cause they were cheap. Now I buy 'em because they are hands down one of the best smokes around! It would still be an awesome cigar at twice the price!
ME of New Port Richey, FL
I have just finished my second La Vieja Habana Corojo, and let me tell you this is an EXCELLENT smoke for $2 a stick! Definitely a winner. Even burn, smooth draw, great flavor. Give yourself an hour with a couple fingers of single malt and enjoy!
JH of Morgantown, WV
I picked up a few of these (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") from the local cigar shop i my area and JIMINY CRICKETS!!! all I have to say is these bad boys are a AWESOME!!!! I can't tell you how pleased I was by the quality of this cigar. I think these are a steal at twice the price! Although I liked the Maduro better in the Belicoso, and the Luxo is definitely the bomb! I have found my next everyday cigar! Check these out! You WONT be disappointed.
LW of Texas City, TX
FANTASTIC everyday smoke (La Vieja Habana 'Fumas'). The price is right if you smoke 1 or 2 every day. NOTE: use a plug cutter as this is a medium/cut filler cigar.
AL of Houston, TX
Fell in love with these cigars (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") buying one at a time from a local cigar merchant but when I came here to buy a bundle they are all sold out! Just goes to show that I'm not the only one turned on by them. These are not cheap "budget" cigars but true premiums at a great price. Very creamy and flavorful.
BV of Columbia, TN
Out of hundreds, this (La Vieja Habana "Fumas" )has got to be the best "bang for the buck" cigar that I have ever smoked. It's definitely my "everyday" cigar.
RT of Waynesboro, VA
La Vieja Habana "Fumas" is great cigar, a mild -medium smoke with a creamy nut taste. A great value.
DS of Tonganoxie, KS
Thank the Lord that the Belicose D (La Vieja Habana 'Fumas') is back in stock after 4 long months. I have ordered the last box before the shortage and the first box on return @ the end of October. It is a wonderfully satisfying cigar that often jumps out @ me from the Humidor over more expensive brands such as 5 Vegas and IT and Rocky's. As long as they are in stock they will be with me. Forbid the day that Drew Estates runs out of these classics yet is still able to provide the ACID line.
JO of Stillwater, MN
The La Vieja Habana "Fumas" is a tremendous smoke for the price. Your friends will think you spent much more for the quality and taste in these cigars.
FG of Chandler, AZ
The LaVieja Habana 'Fumas' are by far the best cigars for the price! They always burn slow and pack a bunch of flavor to boot. The Chateau No. 1 has kept me satisfied smoke after smoke. They always have a great draw and come in a beautiful package! Hope you order some and compare them to those expensive big name brands.
CR of Goodrich, MI
Unbelievable I've gone through a couple of boxes not a bad one in the bunch!These smokes (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") are as consistant as can be.
EC of Rochester, NY
Why you wouldn't want to pick these babies (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") up 3 - 4 boxes at a time, I don't know - maybe we shouldn't be talking them up so much! They are way above your average "everyday cigar". Some of the other makers out there should pay attention to the consistent burn and flavor these 1$-stickers deliver! I'm hooked!
JH of Watertown, MN
this a great everyday smoke (La Vieja Habana 'Fumas')...medium in body, at least to me....but oh so smooth....one of the best "bangs for the buck" out there....some soft spots now and again...but can be overlooked condsidering the satisfaction and price...
LR of Comanche, OK
This LVH Fumas - Corojo is one of my favorite cigars. I hate to admit it, as it is a mixed filler, I just can't help it. It is sweet and smooth and a bit earthy and just compliments my bourbon so well. I have smoked many premium cigars over the last 28-yrs, but this is still one of my favorites despite the affordability and inexpensive cost. As it is a mixed filler I use the punch cutter as to avoid "bits" in my mouth. I find it to be medium in body and smooth. Just about anyone can smoke it without being overwhelmed. It's a good cigar and I will continue to order it and smoke it. I have bought it locally, yet the best price is through CI. Thnaks CI.
RF of Richfield, WI
Wow! What a good cigar (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") for the buck! Beats many of the higher priced brands in flavor and QUALITY! The Rothschild Luxo is my favorite stick.
GM of Murrieta, CA
I tried one of these (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") while hanging out with my friends. A very flavorful cigar that had a slight hint of sweetness towards the end. Smoked it to my fingers. Will definitely buy again!!
GW of Riverside, CA
I just got a box of these this week, and we fired 'em up over the weekend. (La Vieja Habana Fumas - Corojo) I bought them based on a goode xperience I had with a single I picked up on vacation in Cancun. Smooth, tasty without any hint of bitterness from the tip to the nub.. you will not believe that you are smoking a $2 to $3 cigar. Definately worth more than I payed for them!
BP of Harleysville, PA
I got a 5 pack of these (La Vieja Habana "Fumas") while back and wow. I had the belecoso D size. These are great. To me they were better than half or even threequartes of the high end premiums I have. The price on them shocks me. Only mistake I did was to wait 6 months to smoke them now I am out and they are always out of stock or backordered
JV of Thornton, CO
I finally have found my everyday cigar. This is it ! Nuff said gents it's all that !!!!
CC of sharps chapel, TN
My first time I tried this low priced cigar it was up to par with higher priced smokes. It had a great taste and burned evenly down to the very end. I will add these cigars to my humidor any time.
to of ny martinezottawa, IL
A well made smoke at a great price. I smoke these as an every day cigar. The full bodied flavor rivals the more expensive brands at a fraction of the cost. I recommend this cigar to anyone looking for a full bodied smoke and on a budget. In short, a damn good smoke no matter how you look at it.
Da of rrell WanserskePataskala, OH
I should have heeded the other reviewers advice to use a punch cutter and I would have avoided the mouth full of short filler I get when I light one of these up! Taste isn't quite on par with some of DE's higher priced beauty's. But for this price it was worth a shot.
JL of BROOKLYN PARK, MN

La Vieja Habana - Fumas

Posted by Gonz

We recently completely revamped our office space, and if I must say-so myself, this required an incredibly e-fficient, pro-ficient, and su-fficient IT team to relocate the office staff to temporary cubicles. Our network admin Brian somehow kept his sanity through the project and worked around the clock to get it done. Why is this important to you? Good question. Well, one late night after all of the old stuff had been moved out, I looked out over the empty floor and saw it littered with silver - yeah coins! - quarters, nickels, dimes, pennies, even a dollar-bill. Now this stuff had been out all day with no-one claiming it. I find it hard to believe that someone would drop even a penny and not pick it up. 40 pennies makes 1 fine A-Treat carbonated beverage. 100 pennies yields at least 1 of many possible bargain bundle cigars (like Flor Del Todo). And 115 pennies gets me 1 La Vieja Habana 'Fumas' - one of my newest bargain smokes. (In total I raked in $4.61 total, 37 paper clips, 22 sticky note pads and 112 thumb-tacks). What a prize! So I promptly handed over my find back to the company coffers and picked up some La Vieja 'Fumas'. Not bad for being at the right place at the right time.

Allow me to introduce you to the La Vieja Habana 'Fumas' series, b/c if you haven't smoked them already, you're going to kick yourself for not having tried them yet. The brand was re-introduced a few years back by Drew Estate as a mixed-filler blend of Nicaraguan tobacco surrounded by a fantastic Cuban-Corojo wrapper. First, the pre-light characteristics are good, and even better if you pick up one of their fancy tubos. The wrapper is high-quality with some minor imperfections here and there, the cigar being firm yet a little rough in spots. Snip, draw and light - yowza - an effortless draw and billowing light grey smoke fills the surrounding air. The first few draws offer a flavor that is subtle, light and slightly aromatic. Outside of some softening of the cigar as you smoke it, you'll be hard pressed to identify the smoke as anything but super-premium. The mild-to-slightly-medium flavor doesn't emphasize any specific spice, bite, or earthiness. In fact, a light milky-cream flavor might be the most accurate profile description, with consistency nearly up to the nubby-nub. Smoke it too close to the fingers and it'll burn a little hot, probably the only identification of a mixed-filler cigar, but I've found many long-filled premiums to do the same as well.

On a trip to the Drew Estate factory last year, we smoked these morning, noon and night. Before breakfast, before lunch, before dinner and before bed. Any cigar like this that can satisfy quickly with an unintrusive finish and will not interfere with other palate activities of the day (like some I've had that force me to endure the Listerine burn just before bed after brushing my teeth with endless ferocious-ness to get that powerful yet lingering flavor out of my mouth) is a serious winner for me. There is no such experience here, you'll love it, but don't take my word for it, give it a shot, plus it's so darn inexpensive you have nothing to lose.

Light'em up,
Gonz