The next big thing.
This release from the Pinar del Rio camp either pulls inspiration from one of two places. A medieval poet, or the name of the night club that gave countless recording artists and comedians their start, including James Taylor, the Eagles, Steve Martin, and Richard Pryor just to name a few. El Trovador (literally translated to the Troubadour) features modest, traditional packaging, however, the cigar lying inside speaks volumes.
El Torvador boasts a gorgeous, reddish-hued Ecuadorian Rosado wrapper leaf. Underneath a double Nicaraguan binder you’ll find vintage Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos. A delightful medium body reveals rich hints of spice, pistachio, and oaky notes. So go ahead, take a trip and try El Trovador, and discover the talent that’s waiting inside.