La Flor Dominicana’s Carajos line is getting new packaging this month, going from wooden packs to tins.
The new packaging incorporates an outline of company founder Litto Gomez that has been used on a number of cigars in recent years. The band is getting a makeover as well, going to a deep red to match the tins, with the LFD script logo in gold.
The Carajos line includes three blends: the Carajos Natural uses an Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, the Carajos Maduro uses a Connecticut Broadleaf, and the Carajos Oscuro uses a darkened Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. Each uses a Dominican-grown binder and filler and comes in a 4 x 34 vitola, offering a shorter, quicker smoke using the same tobaccos as their larger counterparts.
Each tin contains six cigars and is priced at $22 before taxes. The new packaging began shipping last week.