IPCPR 2017: La Galera

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While there were some new cigars from Tabacalera Palma and Jochy Blanco on the show floor this year, only one was to be found in the La Galera/IndianHead booth, and it was a new size for the La Galera Maduro.

La Galera Maduro Pilon

The La Galera Maduro line gets its seventh size, a 6 1/4 x 60 gordo named for the piles where tobacco undergoes fermentation on its journey from soil to cigar. The tobacco used for the binder and filler was grown on Tabacalera Palma’s Jacagua and Guarabo farms in the Cibao Valley of the Dominican Republic.

  • Wrapper: Mexican San Andrés Maduro
  • Binder: Dominican Republic Piloto Cubano
  • Filler: Dominican Republic Piloto Cubano and Criollo 98
  • La Galera Maduro Pilon (6 1/4 x 60) — $7.75 (Box of 21, $162.75)

Launch Date: Currently shipping

Production: Regular production

La Galera Retail Trays

It’s not a new product and it’s not for sale, but you might see changes to how La Galera gets displayed in retail humidors. This new tray gives retailers the opportunity to display a size from each of the four lines side-by-side.

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