Last year Daniel Marshall celebrated the 35th anniversary of its first humidor with a special humidor, now there’s a special cigar for the anniversary.
The Daniel Marshall XXXV is a four-size line made entirely of Nicaraguan tobacco that was aged for five years before rolling and then aged an additional two years, adding to a total of seven years of age. It is being produced by Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua.
- Daniel Marshall XXXV Gigante (6 x 60)
- Daniel Marshall XXXV Robusto (5 1/2 x 50)
- Daniel Marshall XXXV Corona (6 x 38)
- Daniel Marshall XXXV Torpedo (6 1/4 x 54)
Each size is limited to 350 boxes of 10 cigars, each one signed by Marshall himself.
The cigars feature secondary bands that read XXXV to commemorate the company’s 35th anniversary. Pricing is set at $15-18 per cigar.
Those cigars are expected to ship in August.
In addition, the final version of the company’s 35th Anniversary Humidor will be released.
Like the others, it’s based on the original Humidor made for Alfred Dunhill, which included a bottle of the retailer’s private label whisky. The new humidors include a bottle of Glenfiddich 21 Year Old, signed by Marshall and Kirsten Grant Meikle, as well as tasting glasses and a special cigar made to be paired with the included whisky.
The new version is offered in Macassar ebony and priced at $1,495.