Double-down on Habano with Garo.
To the untrained eye, Garo Double Habano doesn't quite jump off the page. I get it, I do. Another B-list brand on the closeout chopping block, same story told a thousand times before. But this one's got an ending that's nothing but happy. Consider the following:
- It features two Habano wrappers - a dark, oily Habano Connecticut Oscuro on the outside and an Ecuadorian Habano serving as the binder
- It's made in one of Central America's largest and most respected factories (the home of dozens of 90+ rated brands you know and love)
- They start at a paltry $1.50 apiece
Take a close look at this one, you won't regret it. Smooth, rich, medium-bodied handmades, yours for a song.