IPCPR 2018: Sans Pareil & La Instructora

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The photo below shows Aaron Saide and his booth featuring Sans Pareil and La Instructora in the back corner of the trade show, a location he said he loved because it was one of the quieter spots on the floor.

La Instructora released its new cigars earlier in the year, but Saide had a somewhat-rumored project ready to show off for Sans Pareil.

Sans Pareil Lancero Collection

Sans Pareil is no stranger to high-end, almost extravagant products, and the company’s newest offering is just that. The Lancero Collection is housed in a 75-count humidor that is as solid as anything else found on the floor, while inside are 25 of the Sans Pareil Blue, Sans Pareil Red, and Sans Pareil Purple lines.

Saide said that he hasn’t finalized the production numbers, as the cigars still need to go through a final sorting before shipping to retailers, so he’s estimating that there will only be 50 to 65 humidors available to be filled. The blends remain basically the same, though with some slight tweaks to accommodate the slender vitola.

  • Sans Pareil Blue Lancero (7 1/2 x 38) — $40 (Samplers of 75, $3,000)
  • Sans Pareil Red Lancero (7 1/2 x 38) — $40 (Samplers of 75, $3,000)
  • Sans Pareil Purple Lancero (7 1/2 x 38) — $40 (Samplers of 75, $3,000)

Production: To be determined, approx. 50-65 boxes

Launch Date: August 2018

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