Stay connected and sign-up for emails to get exclusive deals and event info.
At this point in time, the Arturo Fuente cigar brand is over 100 years old. Just imagine that. An entire century of legacy and success, and I don’t think Arturo Fuente cigars will be going anywhere, anytime soon. Shortly after opening shop in 1912, Arturo Fuente cigars were originally crafted by Ybor City rollers working in a three-story-tall wooden building. Twelve years later in 1924, A. Fuente had over 500 workers at their now-incorporated brand. But because of a catastrophic fire that destroyed their factory, product of Arturo Fuente cigars came to an abrupt halt that would not resume until 1946 in the post-WWII, post-Depression world. When they first began, no one imagined that they’d become a worldwide household name. But now, four generations of Fuentes, countless 90+ ratings, over 500 Torcedors crafting 30 million+ cigars annually, Carlos Fuente and Carlos Jr. have become household names in the cigar industry and Arturo Fuente has established themselves as an absolutely unstoppable force. Today, the Arturo Fuente Cigar Company is located in West Tampa, Florida, with their cigars being produced in the Dominican Republic. If you’ve never had an Arturo Fuente cigar, they’re known for their high levels of consistency and their smooth, naturally sweet tobacco blends. The Hemingway series, one of their most popular lines, is a great place to start. Each cigar is aged for six months before release to fully enhance the flavor and aroma, making an unforgettable experience. If you’re seeking the best of the best, you can’t do better than Fuente Fuente OpusX Lost City. These handmade ultra-premiums are released in small batches of extremely limited quantities, so don’t delay. Shop their most popular blends like the Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva online today!