Headley Grange Laguito No. 6 Coming (Update)

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A new size in Crowned Heads’ Headley Grange line is expected this summer, as the company tweeted a picture of the Headley Grange Laguito No. 6, describing it as “new.”

A previous tweet was hashtagged with Summer 2014, suggesting when it will start arriving at retail. The Laguito No.6 size is used by the Cuban Cohiba BHK 56 and measures 6 1/2 x 56, though in a tweet the company indicated the Headley Grange version will measure 6 x 56. This is the seventh Headley Grange vitola and by far the thickest. The original Headley Grange Estupendos, 5 1/2 x 52, is currently the largest offered in the line as far as ring gauge is concerned. Jon Huber of Crowned Heads declined to provide any additional information about the cigar at this time.

Update (July 8, 2014)–Jon Huber of Crowned Heads told halfwheel that the MSRP on the Headley Grange Laguito No. 6 will be $10.50 and that it will be sold in 10-count boxes. In addition, the new vitola will be shipping to retailers sometime in August. Additonally, Huber posted a picture of the cigar and box to his Twitter account this morning:  

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