Hiram & Solomon Cigars Releases The Grand Architect

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Hiram & Solomon has released a new cigar called The Grand Architect.

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The line features a blend highlighted by tobacco from Paraguay in the filler, alongside two types of Nicaraguan ligero. The binder is a Nicaraguan seco habano leaf from the Jalapa region, while the wrapper is a Nicaraguan corojo leaf. It is offered in three sizes, all in 20-count boxes and all made at Plasencia Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua:

  • Hiram & Solomon The Grand Architect Robusto (5 x 50)
  • Hiram & Solomon The Grand Architect Toro (6 x 52)
  • Hiram & Solomon The Grand Architect Gran Toro (6 x 60)

Individual cigars are priced between $10 and $12, before taxes. It is being added as a regular production line to the company’s portfolio.

The line gets its name from one of the founding principles of Freemasons, a reference to the Divine Being being known as humanity’s Master Builder or Great Architect, according to a press release.

Hiram & Solomon began shipping The Grand Architect on June 1 and will have it featured in its booth at the upcoming 2019 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

Update (June 17, 2019) — Information about the blend has been updated to reflect the countries of origin. That information had previously not been disclosed.

Images courtesy of Hiram & Solomon.

 

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