Ahead of this month’s InterTabac Trade Fair in Dortmund, Germany, Joya de Nicaragua added a new cigar for the European markets: Rosalones Reserva.

It’s an extension to the Rosalones, a line that was for many years only offered internationally before coming to the U.S. a few years ago. Like the original, Rosalones Reserva is a Nicaraguan puro described by the company as “medium.”


Rosalones Reserva is offered in four sizes: 6 x 50, 6 1/2 x 46, 5 x 50 and 4 x 44 with pricing between $2.80-5 depending on the country and taxes.

Spain became the first country to receive the cigar, with the debut happening before the InterTabac show which began Sept. 16. Other European markets should begin receiving the cigar shortly.

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Charlie Minato

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