The Encanto line has a bit of history behind it. It was first introduced back in 1964 and was the first cigar manufactured in Honduras. To this day, it is still made exactly as it was back in 1964. It seems appropriate that its name translates to mean "enchanted". This is a Honduran puro in every sense of the word; while the tobaccos are Cuban seed, they are all grown on one farm, including the wrapper. As far as we know this is the only cigar still using this wrapper. Look for a near perfect draw in this rich, oily, full-bodied Churchill. A fine long white ash indicates the tobacco to be aged properly. Note a spicy, rich aroma that follows a nutty, slightly spicy flavor. We liked this smoke very much and hope you do as well. Consider pairing this smoke with a full-bodied, dry, roasted Stout.
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