At next week’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, La Hoja Cigar Co. will be introducing its third core line. It’s called the La Hoja Edición Crema 1962 and as the name implies, it’s supposed to be creamy.

La Hoja Edicion Crema 1962

To achieve that, the company is using an Ecuadorian habano wrapper, Dominican binder and Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers. It will be offered in the same sizes as the company’s La Hoja Edición Clasica 1962 and La Hoja Edición Maduro 1962. That means four sizes: No.1 (5 1/4 x 52), No.2 (5 1/2 x 54), No.6 (6 x 60) and No.9 (5 3/4 x 56).

Pricing is set between $11-13.50 and the cigars will come in boxes of 20.

La Hoja was previously known as La Hoja de Flores, but had to rebrand itself as La Hoja Cigar Co. 1962 last year. The company’s cigars are made by Tamboril DBL S.A in the Dominican Republic.

In addition to those lines, the company has a more limited line known as the La Hoja Reserva Limitada 1962, which is offered in a single size.

Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2015 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.
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