The Trinidad La Trova LCDH has an unprecedented vitola (Cañonazo Especial) only used previously in the Cohiba 1966 Limited Edition of 2011. Rumor has it that the exclusive editions of La Casa del Habano are only touched by the most experienced rollers to ensure the highest possible quality.
The Trinidad brand dates back to 1969 and, exactly like Cohiba, it was gifted only to important international figures and foreign diplomats as a flagship of Cuba.
The demand was so high in these long and thin cigars – widely known as Lanceros, that Trinidad was born as a brand in 1998 when they introduced their portfolio to the general public.
The Trinidad Fundadores were the first-ever vitola of the brand to be available to the public and from 1998 to 2003 it was the only cigar of the brand. In 2003 the Trinidad Reyes, Trinidad Coloniales, and Trinidad Robusto Extra were added to the brand’s portfolio and the band changed its looks.