Bolivar Cofradia No. 654 cigars have been one of my top choice stogies for more than fifteen years and this wonderful stick has never let me down. This no-frills Honduran blend consists of a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and binder along with aged filler tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua. Straightforward, bold, and delicious, you can expect medium to full-bodied notes of leather, coffee, spice, chocolate, and earth. Virtually inflation proof, this lovely maduro cigar has always remained very affordable, and with the month and year that the cigars were rolled stamped on the bottom of each box, you always get a smoke that is at least one years old. If you are tired of all the hype about fancy new brands, try these popular classic Honduran cigars.