Gran Habano STK Zulu Zulu Released

Miami, Fl., October 10, 2011 – Shipments of the new STK Zulu Zulu Habano and Ecuadorian Connecticut lanceros have been delivered out to all of our STK participating retailers. Measuring 7 ½ x 40 the Zulu Zulu lanceros will come in both an Ecuadorian Connecticut and Nicaraguan Habano wrapper featuring a Nicaraguan binder, and Nicaraguan filler.

The medium-body Ecuadorian Connecticut cigars will be packaged in the blue box while the full-body Nicaraguan Habano will be in the red. Both boxes were hand painted and signed by the Miami artist, and close friend of George A. Rico, known as “Kid”.  Limited in production, only 500 boxes of each blend were released.

Both the Zulu Zulu Habano and Ecuadorian Connecticut will retail for $9.00.

All of our STK retailers, STK cigars and future projects (as they are announced) can be located on our website: under the STK heading.

Please remember that a portion of the proceeds from all boxes sold will be donated directly to Invisible Children. Invisible Children is an organization; “…that uses film, creativity and social action to end the use of child soldiers in Joseph Kony’s rebel war and restore LRA-affected communities in central Africa to peace and prosperity.”

For more information on Invisible Children please take the time to explore their website and videos at

About Gran Habano Cigars
Gran Habano Cigars was founded in 1995 by Guillermo Rico and his son George Rico. Using only the best raw materials on earth, Gran Habano begins the growing process with Habano and Corojo seeds which are grown on company-owned farms in Colombia, Panama, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The process comes to fruition at our boutique factory, which focuses on quality control and high-end productivity making it one of the top cigar companies in the world.

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I came to this review fro mthe Gran Habano STK for 2012. I haven’t tried any of the special releases of Gran Habano yet. And while I’ve heard the phrase “invisible children” before, I didn’t realize it was about child soldiers. Sad.

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