La Gloria Cubana 25 Aniversario Humidors Arrive in Switzerland

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Nearly two years ago, Habanos S.A. announced a limited edition humidor release created in celebration of the 25th anniversary of La Casa del Habano stores. This week, the cigars have begun arriving in Switzerland, as Intertabak AG, the country’s distributor of Habanos S.A. products, confirmed to halfwheel that the humidors have been delivered to the LCDHs in its region.

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Inside each humidor are two special edition sizes of the La Gloria Cubana blend, a Pirámides (6 1/10 x 52) and Robustos Extra (6 7/10 x 48). There are 15 of each cigar included in the humidor, with a total of 3,500 humidors produced and available exclusively through La Casa del Habano locations, which is reflected by way of the secondary band that the cigars wear.

Each humidor was carved in fine woods by Cuban artisans in the shape of a colonial styled house, with colors that complement those of La Casa del Habano stores.

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In Switzerland, the humidor sells for 1,500 Swiss Francs, or roughly $1,500.

Images courtesy of Intertabak AG/Habanos S.A.

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