Trinidad Cigars are one of the most underrated and best Cuban cigar brands. The Trinidad was initially offered only in one size, 7.5” long with a 40 ring gauge. The sticks were rolled with the brand’s signature pigtail cap and came in simple cedar boxes of 100 cigars each, with the factory only producing 20 boxes per month.
In 1994, at the Dinner of the Century in Paris, guests of Cigar Aficionado were treated to an exceptional repast of wine and cigars. Some boxes of Trinidads were auctioned off for charity, with some cigars going for an astonishing $700 per cigar.