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Charatan Robusto Cigar - Box of 25

Price: $438.81
Length: 4.5 inches
Ring: 50
weight: 0 kg
smoke time: 60 minutes

Price for Charatan Robusto Cigar - Box of 25 is $438.81. The length of the Charatan Robusto Cigar is 4.5 inches. Charatan Robusto Cigar is 50 ring gauge in diameter. The weight of Charatan Robusto Cigar is 0 kg. This Charatan Robusto Cigar smoking time is about 60 minutes. The size of this Charatan Robusto Cigar is Box of 25.

Charatan Robusto Cigar is a premium cigar that is made in the Dominican Republic. It has been on the market since 1878 and it has become one of the best-selling cigars in the world.

Charatan Robusto Cigars are a blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos. The cigar starts with a dark, oily wrapper, followed by an aged binder and filler from Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Nicaragua. They are available in three sizes - robusto (5 x 50), corona (4 1/2 x 42), toro (6 x 52).

A Charatan Robusto Cigar is an affordable cigar that provides a great smoke for those looking for something milder than other cigars or for those who want to try a new type of cigar without breaking the bank.

This particular cigar comes in a box of 25 cigars, which is perfect for the group of smokers.

The Charatan Robusto Cigar is a medium-bodied cigar with an earthy flavor and a sweet finish. This cigar has been made from Cuban long-fillers and aged Nicaraguan binder leaves. The wrapper is an aged, dark-brown Connecticut shade leaf.

The Charatan Robusto Cigar is a medium-bodied cigar that is perfect for beginners. This cigar has a well-balanced taste of coffee, cream, and spices.

The Charatan Robusto Cigar is one of the most popular cigars in the world. It's made with aged Nicaraguan tobaccos, which are aged for four years and then filled with Dominican binder and filler tobaccos. The wrapper is also from Nicaragua and it's made using a Habano leaf.

This cigar has been available since the 1800s but was not sold until the 1940s when it was discovered by Manuel Quesada Jr., who was working as an engineer at Charatan Tobacco Company in New Jersey.

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