IPCPR 2015: Turrent


The Turrent family is showing off its latest creation, Casa Turrent, which has been on the international market for some time but should begin shipping to U.S. retailers within a month.

Turrent booth


The Casa Turrent isn’t a Mexican puro, however, as it has a San Andrés maduro wrapper, double binder of San Andrés criollo and Nicaraguan tobacco, with a filler of San Andrés criollo, San Andrés negro and Nicaraguan leaves.

Turrent Casa Turrent open box

It will be released in three sizes: Robusto (5 1/4 x 50, $8.50), Torpedo (5 1/2 x 50, $9) and Gran Robusto (5 3/4 x 52, $9.50).

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