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Specifications

Brand: Fratello
Country of origin: Nicaraguan
Wrapper: Habano
Binder: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Filler: Nicaraguan & Peruvian
Strength: Medium
Formats available: Piccolo: (4 x 34) Corona: (5 ½ x 46) Robusto: (5 ½ x 52) Toro: (6 ¼ x 54) Timacle: (6 x 60) Boxer: (6.25 x 52)

Fratello Classico

Released in 2013, Fratello Classico was blended with a medium body profile and a three country blend from Nicaragua, Ecuador and Peru. Spicy yet creamy, Fratello has a very clean yet full body finish. As the flagship cigar of the brand, this is a good place to start when picking up your first Fratello. Not too heavy, yet not lacking any flavor. Expect smooth, earthy tones with hints of coffee and spice. The Boxer variant includes extra ligero leaf in the blend, offering a slightly more intense experience in the flavor and draw of the cigar due to the tighter pressing of the tobacco.

Specifications

Brand: Fratello
Country of origin: Nicaraguan
Wrapper: Habano
Binder: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Filler: Nicaraguan & Peruvian
Strength: Medium
Formats available: Piccolo: (4 x 34) Corona: (5 ½ x 46) Robusto: (5 ½ x 52) Toro: (6 ¼ x 54) Timacle: (6 x 60) Boxer: (6.25 x 52)

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