As told by Carlos Fuente, Jr.
“My grandfather made Perfecto cigars; they were very popular during the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s. When I was growing up we made perfectos by hand, but as time went by there were fewer and fewer cigar makers rolling perfectos. As the cigar makers grew older, they retired, they passed away. It took a real master to make a true Perfecto cigar.“ .
“As a child I was fascinated with that shape and the really difficult art of the craft that the Perfecto cigar represents. So when we first came to the Dominican Republic in 1980, I thought we should start making those shapes again. At that time nobody was making shaped cigars. I wanted to bring back that old world style, just to keep the art, the tradition, the craft, alive.” .
“Today we make an entire line of Perfecto cigars. These cigars are something special for our fellow cigar smokers to enjoy.” .
“Hemingway cigars have a very warm place in my heart and in my memories. It is very pleasing for me to remember watching these shaped cigars being made by my grandfather, and to think that these cigars are now made in our factory in the Dominican Republic, that is very fulfilling. I hope that you enjoy the Hemingway cigars and what they mean to our family.” .