Paul Garmirian Family Reserve

Characteristics A very mellow smoke as the result of extensive cedar aging. Insider's Tip These cigars are like vintage wine; each shape was rolled in a specific year and then released, beginning in 2003. As a result, availability is limited. The No. 2 was rolled in 1997; Celebration in 1996; and the Torpedo and Torpedo II were rolled in 1999. Our favorite: the 6½ x 52 Torpedo. Note Prices are per cigar and average suggested retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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