Guama Doble Corona are hand made in Danli, Honduras with premium tobacco. A rich blend of Cuban-seed Ligero tobacco leaves from the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua with fine Seco and Viso leaves from the Jamastran Valley of Honduras gives these hand made cigars a uniquely complex and smooth taste. The cigars are then draped in a rich sun grown Cuban-seed Habano 2000 leaf. This combination of tobacco leaves makes for a stout and flavorful medium-bodied cigar smoking experience. They have well-balanced complex tastes of leather with floral and earthy notes and mocha and licorice undertones. It finishes with waves of baking spices and breezes of cocoa and roasted nuts. They are individually hand ringed, cellophaned and then packed in a Cuban style box.
Smoking a Guama is an experience not to be missed. Whether at a club or at the golf course, these are perfect for the occassion. Each Guama Doble Corona cigar is 7 1/2 inches long and have a ring gauge of 50. The Cuban-seed Habano tobacco in each Guama cigar was grown in Honduras' prized Jamastran Valley and Nicaragua's Jalapa Valley. It was then carefully fermented, aged for over 3 years and rolled by Cuban masters. Handmade in Danli, Honduras by skillfully trained cigar rollers, each produces lots of smoke and a refined taste. They were made by seasoned Cuban cigar veterans that demand the highest quality.