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Don Carlos Back Story

Don Carlos Cigars awarded Best of Houston in 1997.
Don Carlos Fuente SR spent years deciding which rare, vintage tobaccos he would use for his Don Carlos cigars, which is considered by many aficionados to be the finest of all Arturo Fuente cigars. It's also known as the Price of the Fuente Family. The Don Carlos family originates from Cuba and Puerto Rico, with four generations dedicated to making cigars. They specialize in hand rolled, long leaf Cuban seed cigars and their fillers are blended from the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua and Mexico. Don Carlos cigars have been a family run business for over twenty years in Houston, Texas. The Don Carlos cigar is rich, spicy, full-bodied and wrappped in aromatic, specially-selected Cameroon wrappers. These cigars offer the cigar lover a pleasing, nutty mix of flavors that deliver sweet tones and spicy complements in each mouthful. The variety of sizes makes the Don Carlos cigar perfect for each individual's personal preference.

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Don Carlos, #2 Torpedo
 

Don Carlos, #2 Torpedo

[93-2147]
6 x 44/55, 25 per box
Earn 2876 points
MSRP $337.50
Your Price: $287.64
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Don Carlos, #4
 

Don Carlos, #4

[93-2221]
5 1/8 x 43, 25 per box
Earn 1854 points
MSRP $217.50
Your Price: $185.36
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Don Carlos, Belicoso
 

Don Carlos, Belicoso

[93-2430]
5 3/8 x 52, 25 per box
Earn 2429 points
MSRP $285.00
Your Price: $242.89
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Don Carlos, Double Robusto
 

Don Carlos, Double Robusto

[93-2525]
5 3/4 x 52, 25 per box
Earn 2354 points
MSRP $276.25
Your Price: $235.44
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Many of the natural-wrapper cigars (including the Hemingway series) feature Cameroon leaves, with Connecticut leaf used for maduros.