Limited Production Debonaire Cornus Habano and Maduro Coming to 2016 IPCPR


Debonaire Cigars will be releasing a pair of new limited production cigars at the upcoming 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show next week, as today the company announced the Deboniare Cornus Habano and Debonaire Cornus Maduro.

Debonaire Cornus Habano


The Deboniare Cornus Habano blend features a Nicaraguan habano wrapper over a binder from the Dominican Republic with Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers, while the Debonaire Cornus Maduro uses a Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper over a Dominican binder and fillers from the D.R. and Nicaragua.

Debonaire Cornus Maduro

Each blend is being limited to 50,000 cigars, divided into 5,000 boxes of 10 cigars. Both cigars measure 6 x 46 and come with an MSRP of $12.95 per cigar. They are being produced at the De Los Reyes factory in the Dominican Republic.

A shipping date has not yet been announced by Debonaire House or Drew Estate, which distributes the cigar. The two companies signed a distribution agreement earlier this year.

Images courtesy of Debonaire House/Drew Estate.

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