Cuaba cigars are made in the distinctive shape known as double figurado, the style that at the end of 19th century was all the rage for Havanas. A century later the rich tradition was revived at the Romeo y Julieta factory. Double figurados are at the pinnacle of the cigars maker's art and for this alone they merit a place in every cigar enthusiast collection. At the beginning Cuaba offered just four comparatively small sizes, however since 2003 three much larger vitolas were added (Distinguido, Salomon and Diadema). All sizes contain a medium to full flavoured blend of filler and binder leaves from the Vuelta Abajo zone.