A pair of new small cigars designed both for the winter months and to pair with a warm cup of coffee is ready to head to stores.

It’s the Kafie 1901 Señoritas, which were announced in September and measure just 4 inches long and have a 30 ring gauge. The line is offered in two blends, one using an Ecuadorian habano natural wrapper and the other using an Ecuadorian habano maduro wrapper. Both have a mix of medium and long fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras, are offered in 50-count boxes, which are produced at the company’s factory in Danlí, Honduras. Pricing for both blends is set at $79.99 per box, which works out to about $1.60 per cigar.

The Señoritas is a follow-up to an even smaller cigar, the 4 x 22 Kafie 1901 Cigarillos, which are offered in the same blend options.

“This was a passion project to develop cigars that pair well with a cup of coffee,” Dr. Gaby Kafie told halfwheel. “Our company now offers six varieties of single source coffee, all very exotic beans and roasted to bring out maximum quality flavors. We have had tremendous success with our coffee, and expect these new offerings to fit in well with our portfolio of offerings.”

Images courtesy of Kafie 1901 Cigars.

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