Hoogeboom cigar brands are not all available in the EU
At almost every store in the Netherlands, the cigars from Hoogeboom are available. Many Tobacco stores outside the Netherlands have the portofolio not stocked.
The Dutch cigars of the Hoogeboom familie from Badhoevedorp are very popular.
The Dutch cigars from Hoogeboom Badhoevedorp can be divided into a number of time signatures. Which strain you smoke depends a bit on how long you want to enjoy it and what kind of taste experience you want. If you don't have much time, you smoke Cigarillo (S19 S24 or W29). If you want to enjoy 1 hour, a single Corona No.72 at a leisurely pace will suffice. Flavors and sizes may vary between different manufacturers. Each manufacturer has its own composition of the blend of tobacco types for the filling, binder and wrapper.
Most Hoogeboom cigars are hard to find and increasingly difficult to import.
Fortunately, there are still several successful, traditional as well as ultramodern cigar manufacturers in the Netherlands, such as Hoogeboom. Senoritas is the most smoked model (NA38 No.80) and for good reason. Combines the richer aroma of the larger cigars with the short smoking moment of the smaller models. The senorita is between 10 and 11.2 cm long and has a diameter of 1.2 cm. Hoogeboom located in Badhoevedorp has a large assortment.
Most cigar factories had their own store or shelf advertising in other stores where they sold the cigars. They also sold their cigars to local shops under exclusivity. On the market and in the countryside you could buy a large assortment of Hoogeboom cigars via the stall. In short, within the limited possibilities of export, Hoogeboom serves the local market as well as they can and for as long as the law allows..