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From the man responsible for some of the finest humidors in the world comes a cigar to match.
Daniel Marshall humidors are found in the homes of celebrities, stars and royalty, so it would only stand to reason that if he put his name on a cigar, it would have to be special, and that's exactly what the Daniel Marshall Red Label cigar is blended by Manuel Quesada, the man behind Casa Magna, this Nicaraguan puro features a Habano wrapper that has been aging for at least five years. Fine Cuban-seed binder and long-fillers from Esteli and Jalapa round out the lineup, to create a great-looking cigar that smacks of cedar, earth, mocha and mellow spices. You don't get a 90-rating from Cigar Aficionado without being a dynamite cigar. You owe it to yourself to keep a few of the medium to full-bodied gems around for a special occasion.