Gran Habano Brings Back Los Tres Reyes Magos

Gran Habano Brings Back Los Tres Reyes Magos

Gran Habano Cigars, known for its Corojo No. 5 and La Conquista cigar lines, has brought back a limited-edition culebra.  

Called Los Tres Reyes Magos (which translates to The Three Wise Men) the culebra first launched in 2016 and is composed of three skinny, intertwined cigars, each one a different blend from the Gran Habano portfolio. Los Tres Reyes Magos is shipping to retailers now.

Los Tres Reyes Magos

The three blends in Los Tres Reyes Magos are the Corojo No. 5, the Habano No. 3 and the Connecticut No. 1. Each cigar measures 7 inches long by 38 ring gauge. 

The first cigar in the culebra, the Corojo No. 5, is billed as full-bodied and rolled with a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper, Nicaraguan Habano binder and filler from Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

The second cigar, the Habano No. 3, is medium to full-bodied. Both wrapper and binder are Nicaraguan Habano while the filler is from Nicaragua, Mexico and Costa Rica.

The third cigar is the Connecticut No. 1, a mild- to medium-bodied smoke enrobed in an Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler.

Each Los Tres Reyes Magos culebra is packaged in its own wooden coffin and ships in wooden boxes containing 10 coffins. Each 10-count box is priced at $140.

Los Tres Reyes Magos is rolled at G.R. Tabacaleras Unidas, S.A. in Honduras.