Kurt Kendall of 7-20-4 Cigars and Joe Torres of ONE 13 Cigars have teamed up to create a new cigar that will be released as part of the fifth anniversary celebration of Club Humidor in San Antonio, Texas.
The cigar is a Nicaraguan puro that uses a Jalapa-grown habano leaf for both the wrapper and binder, while the fillers come from the country’s Condega, Jalapa and Estelí regions. It is being released in a 6 x 52 toro vitola, with the line produced at Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Estelí.
It is a limited release that will only be available at the five Club Humidor locations, single cigars are priced at $13, while boxes of 10 cigars are priced at $130.
The cigars come in the same boxes as 7-20-4’s recently redesigned 1874 Series, though both companies’ logos are featured on the lid and the inner vista. Additionally, each cigar wears two bands, the upper one being a 7-20-4 band while the foot band features the One13 logo.
A total of 10,000 cigars have been produced, with 3,000 of those currently available for purchase. In a press release, Kendall said that he and Torres are still debating the future of remaining 7,000 cigars, adding that there could be a potential expansion of the line’s release.
The cigars will be released at Club Humidor’s five locations on Friday, Nov. 13.
Images courtesy of 7-20-4 Cigars.