There’s a special Montecristo Edmundo in the Spanish market.

The Montecristo Edmundo Cava 8 is the same as the regular Edmundo except for the notable fact that it’s been aged eight years.

It’s being launched by Altadis S.A., the Spanish distributor for Habanos S.A. The company says the tobacco in the cigar is at least 10 years old.

The Cava 8 is limited to 2,500 boxes of 20 cigars, priced at €370 ($440) or €18.50 ($21.95) per cigar. For the release, a special secondary band has been added and the boxes are made from okume wood, a specimen known for its lack of odor.

The Montecristo Edmundo measures 5 1/3 (135mm) x 52. It’s a regular production cigar that was introduced in 2004.

Charlie Minato

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