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1st Cigar Company
to Land On the Moon


Core Line

Innovative blends of tobaccos, featuring globally renowned wrappers. 

NASA Inspired

Exquisitely aged, boasting otherworldly cigar flavors.

Italian Collection

Cigars inspired by the artistry of Italian heritage.


Crafted cigars, uniquely embodying each U.S. state’s essence.


Affordable luxury: Premium Quality at budget friendly prices.

Multi-Country Selection

The Classico, the Bianco, and the Oro represent Fratello Cigars’ inaugural line of blends. Commonly known as our core line, these exquisite blends are meticulously crafted with tobaccos sourced from the finest producers around the world.

NASA Inspired Exclusives

Paying homage to Omar’s personal connection with NASA. The Navetta and Inverso share an identical blend, but with an inverted profile. The vitolas of Navetta draw inspiration from NASA space shuttles, adding a captivating touch to the line.

Colorful Creations

The Italian Theater, a clever wordplay incorporating Fratello and Sorella, showcases Omar’s exceptional creativity. These blends serve as a canvas for his imaginative expressions, allowing him to push the boundaries of flavor and craftsmanship.

Budget Series

The Camo line stands out as a vibrant collection of blends. Each cigar features long-filler tobacco, ensuring a rich and satisfying smoking experience. With enticing options such as Habano, Maduro, Connecticut, and Sweet, these everyday cigars are perfect companions for any occasion.


the spotlight


Fratello Cigars is proud to unveil their latest cigar, The Lunar, in collaboration with the former NASA Deputy Center Director for Johnson Space Center and founder of Intuitive Machines, Steve Altemus, as part of Fratello's 10th anniversary celebration.

Smoke The History
of Two Countries

Aristotle said that Quality is not an act, is a habit.
Fratello's biggest advantage is the pride of the people
of the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
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Omar Frías

This NASA analyst left a $200,000 job to sell cigars

Washington Post: When I think of cigars, I think of endless tobacco fields and warehouses where the leaves dry. I think of open-air factories where dozens of “rollers” hand-make the cigars under the soft rotation of overhead fans while “lectors” — readers — help workers pass the time by reading aloud from newspapers and books.

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