IPCPR 2013: Casa Fernandez


Casa Fernandez continues to grow their Miami-made portfolio, as they showed off a new regular production cigar and a limited edition stick.



The Casa Fernandez Miami Reserva Maduro is made at the company’s Miami factory using a Mexican San Andrés Maduro wrapper and AGANORSA binder and filler from four farms in Nicaragua. It will come in three sizes, all packed in 20 count boxes: 5 x 46 Toro ($8.90); 6 x 54 Toro ($9.80) and 6 x 60 Titan ($9.98). It’s billed as medium to full body. It is currently shipping to retailers.


The company is also celebrating their 35th anniversary with the Casa Fernandez Aniversario, a 6 x 54 Bohème vitola. It will come in 10-count boxes with an MSRP of $12.50 per cigar and $125.00 per box. 2,000 boxes are being produced, and each one will be hand signed on the bottom by Eduardo Fernandez and Paul-Palmer Fernandez. Expect to see it in late August or early September.


They also had a roller on site creating the event-only 7 x 48 Casa Fernandez Miami Reserva.


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