That magical time of the year has finally come where the weather is warm and the Tobacconist Association of America (TAA) exclusive sizes and blends are landing on the shelves of TAA members. Emerson’s Cigars is a member of this prestigious organization and is proud to display these illustrious cigars on our shelves. One such cigar is the Por Larrañaga En Cedro. For those unacquainted with the name, Por Larrañaga has a storied history in the cigar world. Founded in 1834 in Cuba by Ignacio Larrañaga, the cigar company was known for producing a wide assortment of cigars at a variety of price points. The name managed to survive the Cuban Revolution and is now used by both the Cuban state owned Habanos SA as well as the cigar leviathan Altadis. Obviously, the cigar that will be reviewed today is manufactured by Altadis and is tied to its Cuban counterpart only in name.