Aladino Cigars is a family project between Julio R. Eiroa and his son, Justo. In the words of the Eiroas, Aladino is a "crop to shop operation." Every aspect of production — from seed and soil to quality construction and consistency — is strictly supervised by Julio and Justo to ensure the highest standards. The Eiroas are the cigar industry's premier Corojo cultivators, boasting their own farms in Honduras, and Aladino cigars are all rolled at the family's own factory in Danlí, Honduras, the building originally having been the movie theater that inspired the Aladino name.
For Julio and Justo, authentic, Cuban-style cigars are the priority, and Aladino focuses on the flavor profiles of Cuban cigars from the 1940s and '50s, boasting only premium tobaccos grown on the Eiroa farm and expertly rolled in their factory.