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100 years ago, some of the best-selling cigars in the US were ones referred to as Clear Havanas. What that meant was that they were rolled in America from imported Cuban tobacco. One of the most popular was one called El Baton, which sold for the princely sum of five cents.
El Baton makes a triumphant return. They're no longer a nickel, and they're not made with Cuban tobacco, but we're sure that you're going to love them anyway, evidenced by a 93-rating.
This is a Nicaraguan puro with a tawny Corojo wrapper surrounding a rich filler blend. There are notes of coffee, roasted nuts, sweet spice and a deep fruitiness. El Baton flies under the radar, but once you try one, you'll be back for more.