|Shapes||Gordo, Lancero/Panatela, Petite Corona, Robusto, Short Robusto|
Here's a value you won't want to pass up - Pinar del Rio Overruns.
What exactly is an overrun? When manufacturers overproduce, they have two options. They can put bands on the cigars, box them up and sit on the inventory, sometimes for a fair stretch of time, which means that their money is tied up, or they can skip the bands, bundle them and sell them at a steep discount to turn them into cash. Pinar del Rio Overruns are not seconds. They're first quality excess supplies of their best cigars. Why aren't the exact sizes shown? Well, a toro in one line might be a 50 ring gauge, while in another it may be 52. One thing's for sure, all the cigars in a bundle will be the same blend and same size. Don't let the lack of a band put you off. If your buddies knew how little you paid for a cigar this good, they might not leave any for you.