Gran Habano STK Zulu Zulu Habano

George Rico has release a pretty interesting lancero. Supposedly this is a private blend for just himself, but decided to release it to the public with a little twist. The artwork for the cigar has an image of two child soldiers from Africa on the box and on the paper covering the cigar. The images were painted by famous Miami artist, “The Kid”. The images were created for this cigar to bring awareness to the use of child soldiers in Africa and portions of the proceeds of this cigar will go to Invisible Children which is charity to bring awareness and help to the children soldiers of Africa. This lancero is larger than most, coming in at 7 1/2 x 40. This is an amazing concept for a cigar which I hope sales go through the roof. George has done a wonderful thing here, but does the cigar fit the task? Watch the video and find out.

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A great review Ben, Which box do you like more (RED or BLUE)? I hoped this cigars sold out.

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