Southern Draw: 300 Hands Habano Petit Edmundo

Product Number: 007-835-0038

First released at the 2018 IPCPR trade show, Southern Draw's 300 Hands line features a Habano, Maduro, and Connecticut version. These cigars pay homage to the people that make them — the name referring to the approximate number of steps it takes to produce a cigar from seed to shelf. Robert Holt, founder and owner of Southern Draw, considers the making of premium cigars a marriage of art and skill, realized by the dedicated people who hand roll these cigars in Nicaragua. As such, 300 Hands is a celebration of Nicaragua, its people, culture, and rich cigar history, and the line's accessible price point is meant to put quality, premium cigars in the hands of people from all walks of life. Furthermore, Southern Draw has committed to using a percent of all profits from 300 Hands to help local communities in Nicaragua.

Here in the Habano version, filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic are covered in an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and binder from Cameroon. It's a flavorful blend of sweet cocoa, slight red pepper, and earthy hay notes.

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  • Length: 4.75 in./120.65 mm.
  • Ring Gauge: 52
  • Country: Nicaragua
  • Wrapper Type: Habano
  • Wrapper Country: Ecuador
  • Filler Country: Dominican Republic, Nicaragua
  • Binder Country: Cameroon
  • Package Type: Bundle
  • Make: Handmade
  • Box Pressed: Not Box Pressed
Customer Reviews (1 Total)
Overall Rating:
4.50 out of 5 stars
Solid Smoke
August 05, 2020
Product: Southern Draw 300 Hands Habano Petit Edmundo
Like all of the 300 hands line this is a solid Smoke. Great daily smoker that tastes as it should for it's style. If you are a pipe smoker, this size is probably about what you want as opposed to the comically large Toro's and Churchills