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María Guerrero

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Brand Notes

Status
María Guerrero is a Discontinued brand.

Generally
It was established pre-revolution around circa 1905 and was discontinued circa 1985.
There is a non-Cuban brand with the same name.

History
María Guerrero was created by the owner of the Romeo y Julieta factory to honour a famous Spanish singer.
Thereafter it became a sister brand of Romeo y Julieta.
At the time of the Revolution, this brand had 25 different cigars listed.
For unknown reasons, most of these were discontinued early after the revolution.
There was only a single cigar left in the range when the brand was eventually discontinued.

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Standard Production Packaging

Typical María Guerrero packaging
Bouquets
B25c - mid 1970s
Typical María Guerrero packaging
Favoritas en Cedro
B25 - mid 1970s
Typical María Guerrero packaging
Grandes de España
SLB25 - early 1980s
Discontinued Production Cigars
Banquets
Unknown
Ring gaugerg45 x LengthC45127 (5.0")
Petit Perfecto
Cigars:
Machine-made (sizes are approximate only).
Bands:
Standard band A.
Packaging:
Dress Box of 25 cigars in cellophane
Status:
A pre-1960 release. 1960-01-01Discontinued c1980.
Brown
Favoritas en Cedro
Unknown
Ring gaugerg40 x LengthC45125 (4.9")
Petit Corona
Cigars:
Machine-made (sizes are approximate only).
Bands:
Standard band A.
Packaging:
Dress Box of 25 cigars in cedar
Status:
A pre-1960 release. 1960-01-01Discontinued c1980.
Brown
Grandes de Espana
Delicados
Ring gaugerg38 x LengthC45192 (7.6")
Long Panetela
Cigars:
Handmade.
Bands:
None.
Packaging:
Slide Lid Box of 25 cigars
Status:
A late-1970s release. 1970-01-01Discontinued c1985.
Brown

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