Trinidad is a current brand, established post-Revolution in 1969, and was commercially launched in 1997.
It classified by Habanos SA as a niche brand and has a significant market share.
The range comprises medium strength cigars, using tobacco from the best areas of the premium Vuelta Abajo region.
It is not related to a pre-revolution Trinidad brand discontinued in 1958.
There is a non-Cuban brand with the same name.
Current production consists of three handmade cigars.
Special Releases commenced in 1998 with the release of the Cajón of 75.
Trinidad cigars were included in the 1999 release of the Siglo XXI Humidor.
Trinidad was named after the 16th Century city of La Santísima Trinidad (The Holy Trinity).
Varnished semi boîte nature box of 12 cigars (discontinued 2012).
Cardboard pack of 5 cigars (discontinued 2010).
Semi boîte nature box of 50 cigars (discontinued 2006).
Semi boîte nature box of 12 cigars (discontinued 2004).
Varnished semi boîte nature box of 24 cigars (released 2009, discontinued 2012).
Premium style tube originally announced but never released.
Varnished boîte nature box of 50 cigars.
Cajón of 100 cigars.
Since 1997, standard production Fundadores are used as Diplomatic gifts.
Numbered humidor of 20 cigars (100 produced, released 2002).
In 2003 a large undisclosed quantity of identical but unnumbered humidors were made to be sold at the 2003 Habano Festival.