I recently had a chance to try the La Sirena Triton after a trip back to visit family in Tennessee. The cigar is a shop exclusive for SILO Cigars in Knoxville (specifically Farragut), TN produced by My Father Cigars for La Sirena/Miami Cigar in 2013. I had the maduro version, which carries a CT Broadleaf wrapper, Nicaraguan Criollo ’98/Nicaraguan Corojo ’06 binder, and filler blend of Nicaraguan Habano and Corojo. It is a 7 1/2″ X 38 lancero produced in a single run of 50 boxes of 20 (1,000 cigars) with an SRP of $10 per cigar. Chris Whaley of SILO was kind enough to provide one of the two samples smoked for this review.

The Triton (maduro) is evenly and quite darkly colored, with a rustic Connecticut wrapper. The wrapper has CONTINUE READING at The Cigarmy

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Comment by Charlie on July 15, 2014 at 4:57pm

I've been on a lancero kick for the last 3 1/2 years, its probably my all time favorite size (but not for Cuban products because of construction issues). I really liked this blend in the robusto size when it came out but I haven't smoked one for a while now. I would really like to try this blend in a lance, great review btw.

Comment by Charlie on July 15, 2014 at 4:59pm

On the SILO cigars website they claim this cigar to have a Habano Oscuro wrapper but it is for sure a broadleaf.

Comment by Charlie on July 15, 2014 at 5:02pm

Oh they carry it in both CT Broad and Nicaraguan Habano.

Comment by The Cigarmy (Kip) on July 15, 2014 at 5:02pm

This is a shop-specific vitola made only for SILO.  The Maduro version of the Triton does have a broadleaf wrapper; the other one has a habano wrapper.


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