This is the second annual release of the LCA Reserva series. Each year, the cigar is made entirely of a single year's crop of Cuban-seed corojo grown on Christian Eiroa's farms in Honduras. The vintage year refers to the year the cigar was rolled, while the tobacco is from the crop three years earlier i.e. the crop for Vintage 2022 is from the 2019 season. The LCA Reserva series allows you to taste how different years' tobacco crops change the smoking experience. Despite having the exact same blend, Vintage 2022 is certainly a different experience from Vintage 2021.