For the first time in over five years, HVC Cigars will be selling its Vieja Cosecha No.1.
The 6 x 52 toro debuted in 2014 as a limited edition release of just 4,000 cigars. Next month, the cigars will return at R. Field Wine Co. in O’ahu, Hawaii.
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Rarest of rare. Six years ago we produced only 200 boxes of an exclusive 5 year aged tobacco from Aganorsa. HVC Vieja Cosecha #1 is now back but this time exclusively made for R. Field Wine Company in Hawaii. For this production, I chose San Andres wrapper. Filler and binder is aged 5 years and only 150 boxes were made for a special event next month in O’ahu. Below is the info. Give them a try, you won’t regret it!🔥🔥🔥 Contact: [email protected] . . . #cigars #cigar #cigarians #nowsmoking #cigaraficionado #cigarsnob #halfwheel #cigaroftheday #amazing #puro #botl #sotl #picoftheday #men #lifestyle #havana #city #lafamilia
Its blend has changed slightly compared to the original release. The 2020 version will use a Mexican San Andrés wrapper over Nicaraguan tobaccos from Jalapa, including a five-year-old binder. The original was a Nicaraguan puro. Furthermore, this release will be a 5 x 50.
The 2020 HVC Vieja Cosecha No.1 is limited to 150 boxes of 10 cigars. It is produced at Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua.