Balmoral Añejo XO. Made in the Dominican Republic, the star of the blend is a meticulously aged, 18 year old Brazilian sun-grown Arapiraca wrapper that caps a perfectly-balanced blend of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Brazilian long-filler tobaccos. Medium to full in body, it's been described as "an explosion of aromas and complexity, with notes of cedar wood, spices, cacao and an underlying sweetness."
There is nothing like a good Cuban cigar. But how do you tell the difference from say Dominican and Cuban? This Infographic by Great Clubs & Cigar of the month club will show you how to spot a fake Cuban cigar.