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Description

When people talk about smoothness and a unique balance in a cigar what comes to our minds is the hand-made Diplomaticos. Looked upon by the real cigar connoisseurs’ as being the perfect epitome of excellence and class. This is the most ideal cigar for people who are mild smokers or even beginners. It has a remarkable pre-draw and the maduro wrapper is oily and darted with delicate veins. It is a medium to full bodied cigar that has a thick creamy smoke and a refined chocolate taste that is only enhanced and made even more sumptuous by the cocktail of spices and flavors.  It belongs to the class referred to as figudaro which means that it has a broad foot and evenly narrows to a pointed cap. With a ring sizes ranging from 38 all the way to 52 you are certainly bound to find something to take you away, delightfully.

History

There are about seven types of the Diplomaticios cigar brand and they all have their own unique vitolas. The types are numbered from numbers one through seven and they seem to have one thing in common: they are all great and ideal for beginners and if you loved the taste, flavor and the aroma of the Montecristo brand then you are also going to fall head over heels for this cigar. Another factor that separates it from the other brands is that it boasts of an incredible draw. The thick smoke generated with each puff made the ambiance even more savory. Since time immemorial tobacco smoking and eating has been ingrained in our way of lives. History tells us that it was the native Red-Indians who first came up with the convictions that tobacco had a mystical profound power of chasing away demons and evil spirits. They used to smoke it before doing any important social event. For instance they would make their warriors to enter into a hut filled with tobacco smoke before allowing them to head out to war as it was known to confer good luck. Unbelievably, the same school of thought persisted and relented even in the years after Columbus had discovered America. As a matter of fact, the great explorer and his sailors took back the new found medicinal drug to their respective European nations. And there they were met with open arms and the entire population was soon caught in indulging in tobacco. History also goes ahead and informs us that it was in the then mighty nation of Spain that there was the greatest number of smokers. It is also in Spain that people were first subjected to all manner of atrocities and torture and punishment for smoking too. In retrospect, it is a bit bemusing that as people continued to be vilified for smoking the new plant, it continued being used openly for medicinal purposes. A certain figure is credited with the move that probably ended up making Cuba to be a leading powerhouse or the force too reckon with in the cigar and tobacco industry. And his name was King Philip the V of Spain, who ordered and commissioned the very first tobacco plantation on April 11 1717 in the nation of Cuba. The plantation was known by the name of Estanso Del Tabaco.

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  1. Diplomaticos No.1

    Diplomaticos No.1

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length: 165 mm / 6.4 inches

    Duration: 20-30 min

    Strength: Light to Medium

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  2. Diplomaticos No.2

    Diplomaticos No.2

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    Ring Guage: 52

    Length: 156 mm / 6.1 inches

    Duration: 55 min-1.10hour

    Strength: Light to Medium

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  3. Diplomaticos No.3

    Diplomaticos No.3

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length: 142 mm / 5.5 inches

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  4. Diplomaticos No.4

    Diplomaticos No.4

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    Ring Guage: 42

    Length:  129mm / 5 inches

    Duration: 30-40 min

    Strength: Light to Medium

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