La Hoja Announces Signature Series 1962


La Hoja Cigars has announced that it is ready to debut its latest cigar.

It’s called La Hoja Signature Series 1962, a three-size line that is centered around a proprietary tobacco in the filler. The company says its a Dominican hybrid that was developed in the 1980s and grown just for the Signature Series 1962. Beyond that is a Dominican binder and a three-year-old Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper.



It’s offered in three sizes: Petit Corona (4 x 40, $10), Corona (5 1/2 x 44, $12) and Double Corona (7 1/4 x 50, $15). The Petit Corona will come in boxes of 25, while the larger sizes are sold in boxes of 12.

All three sizes are limited to 750 boxes and the company expects its formal debut next month.

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