A new premium cigar from Stallone, from the Cowboy Series.
In 2020, a new company called Stallone Cigars made its debut in the U.S. market. Stallone Cigars is a company founded by Tony Barrios, a cutting horse competitor who hails from a tobacco family in Venezuela. For several years, Stallone Cigars has been sold in the International (non-U.S.) market. Stallone Cigars launched in the U.S. market with a six-blend line known as the Cowboy Series. Production for the Cowboy Series comes from Guillermo Peña’s Tabacalera La Perla in Estelí, Nicaragua. Peña is best known for handling production for Paul Stulac Cigars.
The name Stallone is Italian for stallion and it reflects on the theme of the company. For the Cowboy Series, the cigars draw an analogy between the color of the wrapper and the color of the horse.