IPCPR 2017: Debonaire House


After signing up last year with Drew Estate to distribute their cigars in the U.S., Debonaire House was once again located inside the Drew Estate booth, situated in-between Joya de Nicaragua on the right and Undercrown on the left.

The company is also known for its Indian Motorcycle Cigars, which debuted at the 2015 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.


The one new release for Debonaire House was Daybreak, the third line in the company’s portfolio after the Habano and Maduro blends, and the first to incorporate a Connecticut wrapper. The idea behind the new blend was to have an option for a cigar smoker to enjoy for each part of the day: Connecticut in the morning, Habano in the afternoon and Maduro after dinner.

  • Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut
  • Binder: Dominican Republic
  • Filler: Dominican Republic & Nicaragua
  • Debonaire Daybreak Sagita Petite Lancero (5 1/2 x 38) — $8.74 (Boxes of 20, $174.80)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Belicoso (6 x 54) — $13.25 (Boxes of 20, $265)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Corona (6 x 46) — $11.53 (Boxes of 20, $230.60)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Toro (6 x 50) — $13 (Boxes of 20, $260)
  • Debonaire Daybreak First Degree (4 x 44) — $6 (Boxes of 20, $120)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Robusto (5 x 50) — $12.46 (Boxes of 20, $249.20)

Launch Date: August 2017

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