C.L.E. Cigar company has announced its Aladino cigars have begun shipping to retailers. These Honduran puros were on display at this year’s IPCPR show, yet have been delayed until now.

Similar in the way many leading brands have now introduced classic blends made by their family patriarchs, Christian has has turned to his father, Julio Eiroa for the next cigar from C.L.E. Julio stays true to the family legacy, using all-Honduran tobaccos grown in his farms in the Jamastran Valley and rolled out of the Las Lomas Factory in Jamastran.

What the world needs is a true old fashioned cigar. Who is the best catador? You are… you want a cigar you can fully enjoy and is pleasant, relaxing and above all, consistent. Taste and compare.Christian Eiroa

With Aladino, Eiroa stresses the authentic methods used, such as genuine Corojo seed and custom blending for each vitola in the line.



Using the word “Corojo” is simply not enough. Learn to distinguish the Authentic Corojo cigars aside from those who merely use the “Corojo” name. With Aladino, you can choose your favorite size for different occasions without ever losing its distinction and characteristics. The color of the wrapper can help you gauge the strength yet each size has the very same blend and origin.

There will be 8 different vitolas available:

  • Petit Corona (4″ x 40)
  • Rothschild (4.5″ x 48 prensado)
  • Corona (5″ x 44 prensado)
  • Robusto (5″ x 50 prensado)
  • Palma (6″ x 43)
  • Cazador (6″ x 46)
  • Elegante (7″ x 38)
  • Churchill (7″ x 48)

The cigars are packaged in 20-ct boxes and range from $4.00 – $13.50 respectively.

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