Cypher 3311

Boniface54 x 5''

Cypher 3311_Boniface_web

Cigar description

The code name "Boniface" was used by the British Intelligence as a cover name for the top secret code-breaking project "Ultra". In order to ensure that the successful code-breaking did not become apparent to the Germans, British intelligence created a fictional MI6 master spy, Boniface, who controlled a fictional series of agents throughout Germany. Information obtained through code-breaking was often attributed to the human intelligence from the Boniface network. The name was lent from Saint Boniface - an English monk from the 8th century known as „The Apostle to the Germans“.

Cigar details

Body: Medium to Full
Flavor: Medium to Full
Strength: Medium

Cigar composition

Wrapper: Ecuador
Binder: Costa Rica
Filler: Peru, Dominican, 3rd leaf undisclosed

Tasting notes

Cream, almonds, marzipan, baking spices, pepper


Packaged in a varnished wood slide top box of 20 cigars with individual cellophane. The box is sealed with a decorative "dollar" band. All packages include a 69% RH 10g Boveda humidification pack to ensure proper humidification during transit and storage.

Blended for Casdagli Cigars

This cigar is blended especially for Casdagli Cigars at an exclusive IGM boutique factory in San Jose, Costa Rica.

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