The Cigar Culture, a group that is dedicated to bringing consumers the best education and information about the tobacco and cigar industry, is releasing its first cigar.

“This project is dedicated to my family for the sacrifices made which left me with a good foundation and respect for tobacco,” commented Adrian Acosta of The Cigar Culture in a press release.

The Culture Blend No 3 is a 50 x 6 Toro. The blend features a Habano Ecuador wrapper, Dominican Olor binder, and fillers consisting of four Dominican components and one Nicaraguan. Due to limited availability of tobaccos, production for the first run was limited to 25,000 cigars. The cigars are sold in ten-packs priced at $98.50.

Acosta noted coming up with the blend consisted of a lot of interactions. “It was exceedingly difficult to get to this final product as we tried more than 60 different blends until my vision had been materialized,” commented Acosta.

At a glance, here is a look at The Cigar Culture:

Blend and Origin

Wrapper: Habano 2000 Ecuador

  • Zone: Undisclosed
  • Year: 2014

Binder: Olor Dominicano

  • Zone: Villa Gonzalez, Dom.Rep
  • Year: 2014


  • San Vicente
    • Zone: Peñuela, Dom. Rep
    • Year: 2015
  • Piloto Cubano
    • Zone: Piloto Mao, Dom. Rep.
    • Year: 2015
  • Criollo 98
    • Zone: La Canela, Dom. Rep
    • Year: 2015
  • San Vicente Mejorado
    • Zone: Undisclosed
    • Year: 2014
  • Criollo 98 Nicaragua
    • Zone: Condega
    • Year: 2015

Vitolas Offered

Toro: 50 x 6

Photo Credit: The Cigar Culture