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This artistic space was the stage of choice to puff on a couple of vitolas -Junior and Master- belonging to Montecristo’s Open line, put on the world map back in 2009.

Guests for the event, held on May 19, not only admired the works exhibited as part of “Fuerza de la cueva: La danza del mar" display by Canadian artist Claire Weissman Wilks that reflects the human body as a landscape, but they had the chance of tasting the two OPEN vitolas.

This line’s blend, made up of leaves from the finest tobacco plantations in Vuelta Abajo –the land of the world’s best cigars- gives the essence of Montecristo’s singular taste in its brand new four vitolas: Eagle, Regata, Master and Junior; designed to meet Montecristo’s enthusiasts and welcome new breeds of smokers that enjoy the pleasures of living out in the open.

Master marks the presence of Robusto, a much-anticipated format in the brand’s vitola stock. (Ring gauge 50 x 124 mm long).

Junior, according to the latest trends of today’s daily life, turns out to be perfect for short-time tasting considering the evolution of the smoker’s profile, as well as increasing smoking restriction in certain places. Its factory vitola is Trabucos (Ring gauge 38 x 110 mm long).

Guest attending such a distinguished tasting session had the opportunity of enjoying the acclaimed aroma and taste of habanos, the offer of new tasting sensations provided by these innovative formats.


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