New San Cristóbal de La Habana Case

April 22, 2004

Habanos S.A. presents three new vitolas within the San Cristóbal de la Habana usual size range which will undoubtedly please the customer’s wishes all in a beautiful case made to commemorate the Fifth anniversary of the brand.

San Cristóbal de la Habana was the original name of Havana, Cuba’s capital city, when it was founded in 1519; San Cristóbal (St Christopher) in honour of Columbus and La Habana after an Indian name for the site.

Its range is composed of four vitolas with a light to medium flavour using tobaccos from the Vuelta Abajo region. Two sizes, El Morro and La Fuerza, are not found in any other Habano brand.

This case contains 100 cigars and each vitola correspond to the name of an ancient street of Havana and it’s ordered as follows:

25 Muralla (cepo 54 por 180 mm) Vitola de Galera Rodolfo
25 Mercaderes (cepo 48 por 167 mm) Vitola de Galera Hermoso No 1
25 Oficios (cepo 43 por 135 mm) Vitola de Galera Dalias Cortas, se unen a ellas
25 tabacos de la vitola El Morro (cepo 49 por 180 mm)
Those who love the brand and its flavour will be able now to enjoy this beautiful cases belonging to the Exclusive Line of New Products for The Casa del Habano which are already available on these stores.