Antigua Esteli Cigars Releases Segovias

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Antigua Esteli Cigars has released its latest line, Segovias.

The Segovias Habano Oscuro uses an Ecuadorian-Grown wrapper leaf atop a Nicaraguan binder and filler, while the Segovias Maduro gets a Mexican San Andrés leaf for its wrapper. Art Garcia, president of Antigua Esteli Cigars, says that the blends feature volcanic, robust tastes and aromas from Nicaragua.

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Both sizes are getting a 5 1/2 x 52 robusto priced at $8.99, while the Habano Oscuro will get a 6 1/8 x 52 Torpedo ($11.99) and the Maduro gets a Semi Box Press Toro that measures 6 x 56 and is priced at $13.99. Each of the sizes come packed in 21-count boxes with a Boveda humidification pack included to help maintain optimum conditions during its journey.

Production is being handled at a new factory called Diamond Cigars S.A., which is located in Estelí, Nicaragua.

Shipping began on June 1. The company will also be showcasing the line in its booth during the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

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