Stradivarius is the most elusive project cigar-genius Daniel Núñez has taken to date. With his select team of premium tobacco and cigar experts, Núñez set aside their most luxurious tobaccos. A vintage mix of Nicaraguan, Dominican, and Mexican long-leaf tobaccos, masterfully blended and secured inside a 2-year-old Havana-seed binder from the Dominican Republic. But the true prize is the wrapper leaf. Cultivated in 1992, the Connecticut shade leaf employed is a silky-smooth strain of tobacco that's been patiently aged for nearly 15 years, resulting in a savory, mild to medium-bodied experience. A complex array of cedary undertones are complemented by an elegant creamy core with a refined, earthy finish.
Stradivarius comes packaged inside beautiful 10-count humidor-style chests. Each cigar comes individually encased in Spanish cedar coffins.