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Casa Turrent’s cigars are named in respect to the dynasty of passionate tobacco farmers. The Serie 1901, 1942, and 1973 each take their names from the birth years of three Turrents, going back to current president, Alejandro Turrent’s, grandfather.
Turrent recognized the opportunity to craft exceptional, unique blends as trading barriers that once constrained the industry loosened. At the time of Te-Amo’s introduction, foreign tobacco couldn’t be used in Mexican cigars. The passing of NAFTA granted Turrent an opportunity to get creative in new ways.
Still filled, bound, and wrapped with the infamous Turrent Mexican tobacco, a bit of Nicaraguan filler buttresses the blend, delightfully contorting any preconceived limitations we’ve impressed upon what a Mexican cigar must be.
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