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A thousandof privileged habanos enthusiasts from 70 countries have already tasted the second vitola presented this year in the most important event in the tobacco cigar world, the Habanos Festival: Julieta. A habano wich pays tribute to women and their essential role in the history and the present development of the Habano in all its stages, from the tobacco growing, its processing into cigar to enjoyment of this product as consumer, accomplice and ally of the habano.

This launch took place during the Women in the Habano Evening, a gala celebrated in the Museo de Bellas Artes at Havana that gathered very important women and world personalities of tobacco growth, production and commercialization; as international celebrities from arts and culture.

Julieta is an aromatic vitola with excellent burn, and of slender band gauge and standard length (33 band gauge x 120 mm length), such characteristics make it attractive, providing a pleasant experience when being smoked. Manufactured with tobacco from Vuelta Abajo, the best tobacco region of Cuba and the world, Julieta puts together the characteristics of a Habano to be enjoyed in short periods of time, following the life rhythm of today’s women, sophisticated and active. 

The pack in which it is presented has been exclusively designed for this vitola, reproducing the colors and logo of the brand, but with a modern touch of rounded borders that makes it very practical and easy to carry.

Wide Churchills, also Romeo y Julieta brand, starred the Welcome Evening which took place in the Gran Teatro de La Habana and had the very special acting of Chucho Valdés, accompanied by his friends the Brazilian Latin Grammy winner, Ivan Lins and Portuguese singer, Mariza.

This gala also counted world personalities from film industry, cultura and sports as Oscar winner producer, Stephen Evans, film director BAFTA winner, Chris Menaul, and the recently winner of the 2010 Dubai’s Golf Open,Miguel Ángel Jiménez, all of them passionate habanos lovers.

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