Boutique Blends Adding Aging Room Quattro F59, FFortissimo M19 (Update)

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Boutique Blends has announced a pair of new additions to its Aging Room line, the Quattro F59 and FFortissimo M19.

Brand owner Rafael Nodal posted a pair of images to his Facebook page on Monday afternoon announcing the releases:

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Aging Room F59 flyer

Aging Room FFortisimo M19 flyer

Nodal told halfwheel that a formal announcement would be forthcoming that would include pricing, release date, production numbers and further information on the blend. As noted in his post, the Aging Room Quattro F59 will be a box-pressed cigar released in five sizes, the 7 x 50 Concerto, 6 x 54 Vibrato, 5 x 50 Expressivo, 4 1/2 x 46 Stretto and a 6 x 52 torpedo called Maestro, the same five sizes used for the Quattro F55. It uses a habano leaf of undisclosed origin for the wrapper, with Dominican tobacco used for the binder and filler.

The FFortisimo M19 is the third release in the line, joining the M21 and M20, and also uses a Dominican habano leaf for the wrapper, with Dominican tobacco used for the binder and filler. It is being released in a box-pressed 5 3/4 x 47 Preferido vitola.

Update: Shortly after this article was originally published, Nodal announced the FFortissimo M19 and that information has been added to this story.

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