The San Cristobal de La Habana Cigars granted to the city of Havana in 1519 served
as the inspiration for the brand name San Cristóbal de la Habana.
As a celebration of the city’s lengthy history at the start of the new millennium
this brand was introduced in 1999.
El Morro, La Fuerza, La Punta, and El Principe are the names of the four vitolas that the company originally introduced to the market.
These strongholds were built by the Spaniards between the 16th
and 18th century to protect the city from potential attacks.
El Morro and La Fuerza are exclusive to this brand and correspond to factory sizes.
Mercaderes, Oficios, and Murallas, which are the names of well-known streets in the city’s Old Havana historic district
were added to the brand’s chart size in 2004. San Cristobal de La Habana Cigars
For its specialized retail channels, particularly the global network of La Casa del Habano under franchise outlets
and for retail establishments certified as Habanos Specialists, Habanos, S.A. annually offers innovative and exclusive productions.