1930's Pre-Embargo Pre -Castro Habanos Farach Habana-Cuba Brevita-50 Total In Box No 381130 Serie G Sealed In Orginal Box
Julio Farach states: "These cigars were made in the factory owned by my grandfather Francisco Farach in Caibarien, Cuba. The factory was moved to La Habana later on, and was finally shutdown due to Castro's intervention in 1960. The brand never attained great notariety however it did become the second best (H. Upmann was first) exported brand to Spain. I recently got to smoke a 1950's Farachito. It was the best cigar i have ever smoked. Perfect draw and fantastic taste. My father and Alfredo Farach were first cousins. I bet they got to roll some of those cigars in their youth."
The box is in excellent condition. It has all the seals on the box and it has been opened. Box has engraved original stamping on the bottom of the box. Hecho In La Habana. The Cigars, 50 total, are separated 25 in each tinfoil wrapping. Then inside the foil, they are 5 per package cellophaned wrapped. Each cigar has the red Farach wrapper.
The Flor de Farach Conchas was produced sometime in the 1930′s in Cuba, and they are not easy to find. In fact, Christie’s of London had a box for auction back in November of 2009, and here is what was said of it…
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