San Cristobal was the original name given to Cuba's capital city today known as Havana. When the city was founded in 1519 the name was given in honor of Christopher Columbus hence San Cristobal (St Christopher).
The brand was launched in 1999 with just a handful of sizes- all of which offering light to medium flavors.
The San Cristobal El Principe is a medium bodied and flavorful Petit Corona, 4’3” (110mm) long, of 42 ring gauge, and comes in a 25 cigars box.
The San Cristóbal de La Habana Prado Cigar was shown at the 20th annual Festival del Habanos in 2018. Featuring the Petit Piramides vitola - measuring at 127mm by a 50 ring gauge. Each containing long-filler tobacco and hand-crafted by expert torcedors in Cuba. With a medium-bodied smoke, the LCDH edition cigar is a great addition to any aficionado's...