Cabañas, a true giant of the 19th century, found its roots in the distinguished world of tobacco craftsmanship. Even before Spain lifted its monopoly on Cuban tobacco in 1817, Cabañas was already making waves as a purveyor to the Spanish crown. In fact, it is widely regarded as the first brand to introduce the Havana 'segar' to both England and the United States of America during that era.
Today, the cigar is produced in Nicaragua. Featuring a Habano Rosado wrapper over filler and binder from Nicaragua, today’s Cabañas is a medium to full bodied cigar that offers notes of coffee, roasted peanuts, molasses and a touch of spice.