Nicarao Clasico Piramide

With a cepo of 52 and 152 mm long (6 inch), the Nicarao Clásico Pirámide is rolled by some of our best rollers.

The execution of a pointed cigar - also called torpedo - indeed requires more rolling skills than for a rounded head. This format is therefore more demanding during its production.

Its particular shape offers enthusiasts the opportunity – by controlling the position of the cut – to regulate the concentration and speed of the smoke. This effect can provide extra depth to the aromatic perception and thus the tasting of this particular size. Sometimes feared by some beginners, the Pirámide vitola is probably among experienced connoisseurs’ favourites.