La Flor Dominicana 25th Anniversary Gets IPCPR 2019 Release


La Flor Dominicana is celebrating 25 years of making cigars by doing the thing they do best: making a cigar.



The La Flor Dominicana 25th Anniversary uses an Ecuadorian corojo wrapper, while the binder and filler comes from Litto Gomez’s farms in the Dominican Republic. It is being released in a single, 7 x 52 vitola priced at $18, or $450 for a box of 25, and is scheduled to ship to retailers in late summer or early fall, according to Jon Carney, vice president of sales for La Flor Dominicana.

It’s also a limited edition cigar, though the company is not disclosing how many are being produced. It is produced at Tabacalera La Flor S.A. in Tamboril, Dominican Republic.

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