Recently, Gran Habano announced the discontinuation of a lot of their established lines which concerned many cigar lovers. Gran Habano is known for making really good cigars for a very affordable price. The loss of some of the more popular lines was just a refocusing of their cigar lines which started with the release of the well received Azteca. As you know, I helped in the prototyping of that cigar and I really think it turned out great. Not to take a moments rest, Gran Habano released a new cigar a few months after IPCPR in 2010. That cigar was the Gran Reserva #3 which features aged tobaccos from Gran Habano farms. Using 7-8 year old tobacco from Nicaragua and Columbia, the cigars are rolled and aged another 2 years before release with a price point less than $7. Is the cigar worth all that trouble? Watch the video and find out.