Table 36 Cigars’s third release is slated for this year’s trade show. The Peacemaker is a four-cigar line highlighted by the use of shaggy foots. It is made by Plasencia in Danlí with a Nicaraguan wrapper, Brazilian mata fina binder and fillers from Azacualpa and the Jamastran Valley in Honduras, as well as Nicaraguan tobacco from Jalapa. The company describes the cigar as medium-bodied.
“This is a bold statement for a young company,” said Will Blicharz, co-founder of Table 36 Cigars, in a press release. “It takes real skill and experience to roll a cigar whose barrel is tight right up to the transition between the rim of the wrapper and the emerging shaggy inner leaves.”
It will come in four sizes: The Bullet (4 1/2 x 42), The .45 (5 1/2 x 45), Tin Star (7 x 43) and The Judge (6 x 52). The cigars are offered in 20-count boxes with pricing between $4.95 and $7.25.
The Peacemaker will debut at the 2014 IPCPR convention and trade show which begins July 19 in Las Vegas, Nev. It was actually slated for release last year.
Panacea has used the peacemaker name before, using it to describe a vitola for the company’s Red line.