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Hirochi Robaina is a name many might not recognize, but it’s an important one in the world of Cuban Tobacco. Hirochi oversees operations at Cuchillas de Barbacoa, a prominent wrapper farm in the Cuba’s famous Veulta Abajo tobacco growing region. The Robaina family has been growing premium tobacco leaves here for Cuban cigars since 1845, which is Hirochi Robaina’s main focus. But a few years back, he decided to take a few trips out of Cuba to collaborate with some Nicaraguan Cigar factories to make blends that cold be enjoyed by the American market.
Coopera Connecticut is a creamy and smooth, mellow-bodied treat wrapped in a top-notch Connecticut wrapper. Filled with notes of cedar, buttered toast, and a nuttiness that comes from the wrapper, this is about as close as you can get to trying a Connecticut "Cuban-esque" cigar without leaving the country. Inventory is limited so act fast, pick some Coopera Connecticut by Hirochi Robaina today!