We sat down with Kyle Gellis of Warped Cigars on the last day of the IPCPR 2016 in Las Vegas to talk about their new releases. The Warped Villa Sombra is produced at the Casa Fernandez owned TABSA factory in Esteli, Nicaragua.
The Villa Sombra is being released as 25 count boxes in two vitolas, a Mojitos (5-1/2”x44) and Mecedora (5-1/2”x50). It should be hitting the market sometime in September.
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At the IPCPR 2016 in Las Vegas, Fred Rewey described the Martial Law as a double ligero cigar that came about in the process of blending the Lot 8613. The Martial Law contains tobaccos from Condega, Esteli, Ometepe, and Jalapa in the filler.
The Martial Law comes out of the Fabrica Oveja Negra in Nicaragua, and is released in the single Toro (6x50) vitola, packaged in 12 count boxes.
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At the IPCPR 2016 in Las Vegas we caught up with Willy Herrera and he talked about the latest incarnation of the Herrera Esteli line.
The Herrera Esteli Miami marks the first time a Drew Estate cigar has been blended and rolled at the El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami. The blend has been adjusted, using tobaccos available at El Titan de Bronze.
The cigars are available in 10 count boxes, one vitola (Corona Larga), and production is limited to 4,000…Continue
During the Drew Estate Cigar Safari in February, Jonathan Drew, Willy Herrera and Robert Caldwell announced the upcoming collaboration project of All Out Kings. Fast forward to the IPCPR 2016 in Las Vegas and we have a cigar to review and some details on the release.
Released as boxes of 20, they will be available in 4 vitolas. Gimme Your…Continue
Last year Joya de Nicaragua released the Joya Red. This year they followed it up with the Joya Black. This is the first cigar using the Mexican San Andres Negra wrapper in their portfolio.
They will be released in 20 count boxes and 4 vitolas: Nocturno (6-1/4x46), Robusto (5-1/4x50), Toro (6x52), and a Double Robusto (5x56).
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