The La Gianna Havana brand first came to market in 1994 and has continued non-stop ever since. Totalmente Hecho a Mano is Spanish means Totally Made by hand using tobaccos from Danli, Honduras and this is where and how La Gianna Havana cigars are born. Danli has been a tobacco source and cigar manufacturing region since 1765, when the Spanish crown established a royal tobacco trading post. This area is a major tobacco growing area and the make-up of this “puro’ meaning La Gianna using only Honduran tobacco within its blend.
What should you expect from a Las Gianna Havana cigar? Smooth and buttery with slight salted nuts, a great morning smoke or any time of day for those that like a milder smoke.
Available in six sixes including the Churchill (7” x 48), Toro (6” x 54), Torpedo (6” x 52), Corona (5.5” x 44), Robusto (5” x 50) and the Bambino (4” x 44).
A decade after the original launch of La Gianna came the Maduro version, a blend that was changed simply by the outside wrapper of the cigar. How much influence does the wrapper have on the cigar? Lots, and the proof is here with La Gianna Havana Maduro.
What should you expect from La Gianna Havana Maduro? Hot Buttered Raisin Toast! You can taste the hints of cinnamon, the aromatic sweetness all the while keeping to its trademark smooth as silk finish.
Available in seven sixes including the Churchill (7” x 48), the 10-4 (6.5” x 62), Toro (6” x 54), Torpedo (6” x 52), Corona (5.5” x 44), Robusto (5” x 50) and the Bambino (4” x 44).