All Habanos of the Cuaba brand have that particular shape called double figurative. This brand recreates the style of Habanos that existed in the 19th century, when figurative doubles became fashionable. A century later, in 1996, this traditional style was resumed in the Romeo and Juliet factory. The double figurados, by the complexity in their elaboration, are located in the summit of the art of the Torcedor. Even if only for that, they deserve to be present in the selection of any amateur . In the beginning, Cuaba offered only relatively small vitolas. Since 2003, three large sizes, Distinguished, Solomon and Diadema have been incorporated. Cuaba, like Cohiba, is an Indian word used by the Tainos at the time when Christopher Columbus arrived in Cuba. It was used to describe a very combustible wood that served to give fire to its "cohibas". All Cuaba vitolas are manufactured entirely by hand, with Long Gut, with casing leaves and cloak coming from the Vuelta Abajo area.