One of our oldest and most well-known Cuban heritage brands,
El Rey del Mundo Cigars, is produced by the same people that made Punch and Hoyo de Monterey.
The original El Rey del Mundo cigars were introduced in the late 1980s
and are still manufactured in Honduras using aged Honduran binders and lengthy fillers.
You can choose between an EMS Ecuador Sumatra wrapper or a darker, oilier Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro variety.
With their strong, earthy, nutty, and rich Cuban-style flavors,
these handmade premium treasures quickly overtook the business.
The corporation then crossed the Honduran border in the mid-2000s.
El Rey del Mundo (King of the World in Spanish) was formerly the most costly and renowned cigar brand in the world.
It is thought that Emilio Ohmstedt, a German businessman, created it along with Sancho Panza in 1848.
After 30 years of producing cigars in the Antonio Allones factory,
the decision was made in 1882 to introduce a new line of premium cigars at a competitive price.
It was dubbed “El Rey del Mundo,” which translates to “The King of the World,” and it was a resounding success.