failed to find the riches of the Orient on which he had set his heart.
Instead, shortly after his second landfall in the New World, on the
island of Cuba, he came across a race of Indians contentedly smoking
tobacco leaves roughly rolled into
a shape the called "Cohiba" but we would call a cigar.
So what is it that makes Havanas so
A lot of things. A unique blend of sun, soil and skill. Painstaking
attention to detail. Stringent quality control. A refusal to rush
or to cut corners. Above all, a wealth of human skills at each step
in the many stages it takes to create a Havana cigar.
That was way back in 1492.
Five centuries later smoking a Havana is universally recognized as a
supreme form of pleasurable indulgence. Over the years many attempts
have been made to emulate the delicacy of flavor of Cuban grown tobaccos.
None has succeeded.
Considering the magnificent cigars production,
Francisco Ibarra Rivera has for you the best Havanas Cigars that you
can order or buy directly at La
Perla Restaurant we have adapted a walk-in- humidor filled
maturing room made of Spanish red cedar. Humidity 65% to 70% Temperature
A cigar too dry smokes hot, fast and unevenly; to moist will be hard
to light and even harder to puff