Bespoke Cigars is going into the humidor business.
More specifically, the company is going into the accessory space with a new brand called Dubara Palace Collection, which will debut with a trio of humidors.
The Bespoke Humidor Collection includes three humidors, all produced by Nils Langhoff, a Munich-based woodworker.
Bespoke will bring the smallest of the three models, which is said to hold around 50 cigars, to the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show next week. That humidor measures 7.8 x 11.8 x 4.1 inches and is priced at $2,700. A medium size humidor, good for 75 cigars, is the same width, but 5.9 inches in height. It’s priced at $3,100.
A larger humidor is in the works, though not yet completed, it’s expected to hold 100 cigars and retail for $3,500.
Each humidor has a Spanish cedar interior and seven coats of lacquer on the outside. The design on the outside is based on wallpaper from Dubara Palace, an early 20th-century structure commissioned by the Casdagli family in Cairo.
Langhoff is capable of producing around 20 humidors annually.
“It was at (a) chance meeting with Jeremy Casdagli (the company’s founder) during a cigar party in December 2017 that the Bespoke Humidor Collection was born,” said Langhoff in a press release. “As an avid cigar smoker I was naturally drawn to the idea of creating a luxurious but sophisticated humidor line for Bespoke Cigars. The intricate design was a particular challenge and took a long time to get right. But the result I believe is exactly what we both envisioned.”