Trinitas Figurado

Providencia Cigars announces the release of the Trinitas small batch reserve blend. Using long-aged lijero leaf from Nicaragua and Honduras and a San Andreas Lijero wrapper, the blend is a bit north of medium-bodied with a full yet smooth flavor profile that can be enjoyed to the nub.
Two years into the development the Providencia Team and their professional reviewers agreed that the Trinitas Blend was something extraordinary that should be served up in a special shape to bring out the complex flavors. The Trinitas is a 6.5” x 52 double torpedo(figurado) that comes in boxes of 10 or bundles of 10.
Tasting notes from aficionados and notable reviewers describe the Trinitas as medium to full-bodied, with some spice and sweet cocoa on the front end and leather, earth and almond notes throughout.
Wrapper: San Andrés
Binder: Indonesian
Long Fillers: Nicaragua Ligero
Strength Profile: Medium-Bold
Size:
6.5 x 52

Cigar Noise Summary Review of The Trinitas Figurado

Trinitas Corona

Wrapper: San Andrés
Binder: Indonesian
Long Fillers: Nicaragua Ligero
Strength Profile: Medium-Bold
Size: 5.75 x 44

Stogie Press Summary Review of The Trinitas Corona

Providencia Cigars – Trinitas Corona – Rate 96

Stogie Press

This is my 3rd take on the Providencia Cigars Trinitas. The first two comprised of a pre-release review in 2017 and then a review of the production version in January of this year. Along the way, it seems the Trinitas has gotten a few more reviews and has been selling quite well according to Ray Zinar, co-owner of the company. So to make things more interesting and please the needs of consumers, the company has added line extensions to a number of its popular brands like today cigar of choice, the Providencia Trinitas Corona.

Let’s recap the Trinitas blend to get things started.

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