Gran Habano cigars has announced the latest edition to its S.T.K. Series, the Gran Habano S.T.K. Dahlia by George Rico.
The name S.T.K. stands for “Stay True Kid” and has typically been the moniker for Gran Habano’s small batch, boutique lines. These cigars include G.A.R. Opium, S.T.K. Barracuda, S.T.K. Zulu Zulu and S.T.K. American Puro.
Black Dahlia features a Corojo shade-grown wrapper from Nicaragua and a double binder of Habano and Nicaraguan leaves. The filler consists of Nicaraguan Cubita, Habano, Costa Rican, and Colombia tobaccos.
The cigars are packaged in black-colored lacquer boxes and include a Boveda humidity control packet. The cigars come in three sizes – each packaged in 20 count boxes.
Black Dahlia is a name that was given posthumously to 1940s murder victim Elizabeth Short. It has also be used in several songs and musical compositions.
At a glance here is a look at the Gran Habano S.T.K. Black Dahlia by George Rico:
Wrapper: Corojo Shade Grown Nicaraguan
Binder: Habano and Nicaraguan
Filler: Habano, Nicaraguan Cubita, Colombian, Costa Rican
Country of Origin: Honduras
Corona Gorda 5 5/8 x 46
Robusto 5 x 52
Gran Robusto 6 x 54
Photo Credits: Gran Habano Cigars