The smallest Joya Red is coming to the U.S.

Joya de Nicaragua has announced that it will be brining the Joya Red Half Corona, a 3 3/4 x 46 petit corona, that the company showed off last fall at InterTabac 2015. It is now available in the U.S.

The Joya Red was introduced in 2014 as a milder cigar from the bolder cigars Joya de Nicaragua is traditionally known for. The Nicaraguan puro uses a habano wrapper.

Suggested pricing is $23.75 for a five-count box and $95 for a 20-count box, pricing the Half Corona at $4.75 per cigar.

Drew Estate distributes Joya de Nicaragua in the U.S. A post from Joya de Nicaragua indicates initial sizes are planned.

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Charlie Minato

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