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Dutch Masters cigars are famous for their smooth aroma, consistent burning, and unique taste of mature tobacco. If you have that incomplete yet strong urge to try one of the best tobacco products, these naturally wrapped cigars of the United States will serve your purpose.
Dutch Masters cigars are created by Altadis U.S.A, Inc, which is an American branch of Altadis S.A, Fort Lauderdale, FL. This cigar brand has been in the industry since 1911. Initially, Dutch Masters cigars were produced by the G.H. Johnson Cigar Company. In 1921, the Johnson Cigar Company merged with six other companies to form a bigger corporation. In 1999, the Spanish and French tobacco monopolies merged to form Altadis. And after some time, Consolidated Cigar Corporation joined its hands with Altadis too.
The renowned brand is associated with Rembrandt's painting – "The Syndics of the Drapers' Guild". This cigar brand was not popular until the 1960s. Then it was sponsored on television by Ernie Kovacs, a famous comedian. The publicity generated by his using Dutch Masters led to the increased popularity of the brand. No doubt the brand became popular with a sponsorship, yet it has retained its position in the market through the fine quality of its cigars.
The cigars in this brand are naturally wrapped and come in two major types:
- Full-size cigars
- Small size cigars, called Mini Dutches
Dutch Masters cigar flavors include vanilla, chocolate, grape, and more. Though machine-made, the cigars by Dutch Masters feature a natural leaf wrapper and thrilling fillers. These fillers have Cuban seed tobacco bound with flavors with the help of homogenized binders. Whether it is the taste of a particular flavor or the natural tobacco itself, you are going to get the best with these cigars, which boast Caribbean basin Cuban seeds as fillers.
Those who want to take their experience with cigars to the next level can rely on the Dutch Masters. The affordable Dutch Masters cigars prices are the reason that any cigar enthusiast can buy them from the stores that sell cigars or cigarettes. It's up to the buyers whether they want to buy a single packing or a full stock. However, the buyers must be over the minimum age regulated by the authorities, which is the age of 21 in the US.