La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press

The La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press is a medium-strength, full-bodied premium cigar masterfully created by cigar giant Ernesto Carrillo. It is handmade in the Dominican Republic. A dark, Nicaraguan maduro wrapper surrounds the Spanish Press’ Mexican San Andres binder, which houses a specially blended filler made of Brazilian Mata Fina, Dominican Olor, Dominican Piloto, and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The Spanish Press method delivers an ideal draw and smoke output to create a flawless smoking experience.
  • Cigar Origin
    Dominican Republic
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Maduro
  • Wrapper
    Nicaraguan
  • Binder
    Mexican San Andres
  • Filler
    Brazil Mata Fina
    Dominican Republic Olor
    Dominican Republic Piloto Cubano
    Nicaragua
    Jalapa
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    El Credito Cigar Co.
Toro, Medium, Maduro, from Dominican Republic
La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press Gigante 6 * 60
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Robusto, Medium, Maduro, from Dominican Republic
La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press Robusto 51/2 * 50
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Toro, Medium, Maduro, from Dominican Republic
La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press Toro 61/2 * 52
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Box of 20$145.80
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About: La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press Robusto 5"1/2 * 50
I have always heard of Spanish Pressed cigars, but I have never run into one until I spotted the La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press. In a nutshell, Spanish Press is a technique in which cigars are placed in wooden trays with dividers, and then uniform pressure is applied to the cigars. Next, the trays are pressed to establish the cigar’s final shape. Afterwards, the cigars are placed in specially sized boxes that help the cigars keep their shape. This centuries old method helps remove air pockets and ensures a flawless draw and increases smoke yield. Square shaped, the La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press had a solid construction with a little give. The dark Nicaraguan wrapper’s veins were hardly noticeable. Sniffing the foot, I was greeted with a strong tobacco aroma with some barnyard notes. The cold draw was effortless. During the first act, the tobacco flavor took center stage, and the draw was perfect. The strength was medium. However, it did get stronger throughout the second and final thirds. Towards the end I really felt it. The ash was on point, and the burn was razor sharp. The retro-hale was smooth. During the second act, the tobacco flavor settled in and let the barnyard flavor bask in the limelight. In the final act, the strength increased but it did not upstage the tobacco flavor. Overall, the smoke was thick, fluffy, almost cloud like. I recommend the La Gloria Cubana Spanish Press to aficionados who like a cigar that transitions in strength.