Press Release: Cubcanacan Cigars Adds HR at IPCPR

Miami, FL, July 11, 2014– Cubanacan Cigars is proud to announce a new addition to the family. HR the initials of Hirochi Robaina, grandson of the late legendary Don Alejandro Robaina is the name of the brand brought to life to pay tribute to the Robaina family. Hirochi is currently in charge of the Vegas Robaina farm located in Pinar del Río, Cuba which has been in the family since the 1800s.

The HR blend is a collaborative effort between Hirochi and Don Omar González Alemán. Gonzalez who has over 40 years involved in the cigar industry from the cultivation of tobacco to spending many of those years overseeing La Corona Cigar Factory, one of the largest factories in Havana where Cuban brands such as Romeo y Julieta, Hoyo de Monterrey, Cuaba, Por Larrañaga, Saint Luis Rey, and San Cristóbal de la Habana are rolled. Gonzalez is currently in charge of the day to day operations of tobacco growing, curing, fermentation and blending.

            The HR blend consists of:

  • Wrapper:  Ecuador Habano 2000 seed Hybrid
  • Binder :    Nicaraguan, Jalapa
  • Filler:       Nicaraguan, Esteli and Jalapa

            The HR Vitolas:

  • Hermoso: 5 1/8 x 48
  • Belicoso:  5 1/2 x 52
  • Toro:      6 x 52
  • Sublime:  6 1/2 x 54

To know more about the HR Cigar visit our website www.cubanacancigars.com and schedule an appointment to personally find out more information and meet Hirochi Robaina at The Las Vegas IPCPR Show 2014 Booth# 4017.

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Comment by Charlie on July 11, 2014 at 4:37pm

I hope this cigar lives up to the Robaina name. I am having a buddy of mine pick me up a box of these cigars at IPCPR becuase I will be unable to make it. I have smoked a few Cubanacan cigars in the past and have not been blow away by them but the blend sounds like one I will enjoy and like I said before I sure hope it lives up to the Robaina name (I'd like to know how much Hirochi was involved in the blending process).

Comment by Catfishbluezz on July 12, 2014 at 10:03am
I have a feeling this cigar is going to suck
Comment by Catfishbluezz on July 12, 2014 at 10:04am
And I heard it's expensive...like $20
Comment by Charlie on July 12, 2014 at 3:01pm

We'll see, I will let you know, doing a box split with someone who is attending.

Comment by Charlie on July 12, 2014 at 3:02pm

It probably will. The only thing I really am looking forward to is the Warped Unico Jar and I am getting one of those for sure!


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Comment by Brett Harrington on July 12, 2014 at 4:08pm
Spencer Drake from Cubanacan seemed really excited about this blend and I believe it will be in the $10-12 range in most markets. I hope it loves
Up to the hype.

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