Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro

Cuesta Rey Centenario is a mild to medium premium stogie produced for the 100 year anniversary of the famed Cuesta Rey brand. The brand was born in 1884 in Cuba and was the official cigar of the King of Spain. Today they are made by Fuente with a dark Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper and Dominican filler tobaccos aged for an average of 5 years.
  • Cigar Origin
    Dominican Republic
  • Strength
  • Wrapper Color
  • Wrapper
    USA Connecticut Broadleaf
  • Binder
    Dominican Republic
  • Filler
    Dominican Republic
  • Rolled by
  • Manufacturer
    Tabacalera Fuente
Churchill, Medium, Maduro, from Dominican Republic
Cuesta Rey Centenario Aristocrat Maduro 71/4 * 48
Box of 10$89.00
Ships 09/22 - 09/24
Questions & Answers
Larry Blinn  Do you still make the 1884, smoked that years ago. Great Cigar
Posted 3/29/2019   
  •  We believe you may be searching for the Cuesta Rey Cabinet. This cigar is still in production and is offered 2 sizes: #95 6"1/4 * 42, #898 7" * 49.
    Replied 4/1/2019  
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Ed hunt  Why don't you make the 6t cigars
Posted 7/7/2018   
  •  Hi Ed, can you tell us more about the 6t you are looking for?
    Replied 7/9/2018  
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4 reviews
How reviewers describe Cuesta Rey Centenario Maduro
Rated 4.07by 42 Aficionados
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About: Cuesta Rey Centenario Aristocrat Maduro 7"1/4 * 48
Worthwhile to smoke. Nice draw.
About: Cuesta Rey Centenario Aristocrat Maduro 7"1/4 * 48
very nice cigar has a great smell and taste good
About: Cuesta Rey Centenario Aristocrat Maduro 7"1/4 * 48
not great very bland cigar no taste at all.loose draw.rolled was hard and felt tight till i took a puff..smoked about half trying to enjoy it but it was a no go and put it down
About: Cuesta Rey Centenario Aristocrat Maduro 7"1/4 * 48
1st let me say that I have always liked the Cuesta Rey Centenario. It is a genuine steal for the money and puts lots of other cigars costing twice as much to shame. The aroma, smoke output, burn are 1st rate and rarely seen in a cigar of this cost. Now, I am a Maduro guy to the max and when I found out that my Cuesta Reys were out in tubo with maduro, well I just found my standard golf links smoke standard. The Maduro adds that little bit of intrigue or attention gather to make this solid cigar just that much better. It is not as good as my standard of Maduro, which comes from Oliva but, few can touch that. Still, a great legendary cigar with great history and now in Maduro. A box of tubos for under $70.00? Can't find that anywhere. If you never had this gem, you owe yourself to try it. If a king of a country says this is official cigar, then it has to be special. Just a great blend of aged tobaccos that you can enjoy and still shoot a good round of golf.