JRE Aladino Cameroon
$7.99 – $9.49
Aladino Cameroon cigars are made with only Honduran tobacco, retaining the signature Corojo binder and fillers of the original Aladino line. The Corojo-seed tobaccos are grown by the Eiroa family as well.
Industry veteran Julio Eiroa, who founded JRE Tobacco with his son Justo, developed Aladino Cameroon after purchasing some Cameroon seeds from tobacco brokers and planting them in the Jamastran Valley about five years ago. According to the company, the wrappers on the upcoming Aladino Cameroon are a little over two years old.
Cameroon tobacco is traditionally grown in both the Republic of Cameroon and the Central African Republic; it is a variety of tobacco that originated from Sumatra seeds imported from Indonesia to Africa. In the premium cigar sector, it’s usually used as wrapper and tends to be quite expensive.
Sold as singles
Packaged in 24 count boxes unless otherwise noted
This cigar comes in four vitolas:
- Robusto | 5 X 50
- Queens Perfecto | 5.25 X 46
- Lonsdale | 6 X 43
- Elegante | 7 X 38- 20 count boxes