Hiram & Solomon Adds Petit Corona to The Shriner

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Hiram and Solomon Cigars has announced a new corona gorda size for its Shriner line, one of the company’s core offerings.

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The new cigar measures 5 1/2 x 42 and comes in the same blend as the other sizes in the line, with an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Indonesian binder and a filler mix of Brazilian Arapiraca, Nicaraguan habano from both the Jalapa and Ometepe regions, as well as Dominican tobacco of an unspecified varietal. It is being made at the Plasencia Cigars factory in Estelí.

The Hiram & Solomon Petit Corona is priced at $7.49 and comes in 20-count split top boxes. The company also offers a 6 x 52 toro, 5 x 52 robusto and 6 x 60 gran toro in the line, with all four sizes on display at the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, which runs from July 13 – 17 in Las Vegas, Nev. The company indicated in a press release that is in stock and available to ship to retailers upon ordering.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Shriner line goes to Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Image courtesy of Hiram & Solomon Cigars.

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