Nestor Miranda Collection Corojo Ships Nationally

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Miami Cigar & Co. has begun the national release of the Nestor Miranda Collection Corojo, the latest addition to the company founder’s signature line.

Unveiled at the 2016 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show, it’s the fourth cigar to be released under the Nestor Miranda Collection header, joining a Connecticut, Habano and Maduro, which debuted in May 2014.

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The Corojo version is a Nicaraguan puro with a corojo leaf selected for the wrapper. It comes in the same four sizes and at the same prices as the other blends in the line, with a Robusto (4 1/2 x 50, $7.50), Corona Gorda (6 x 46, $8.25), Toro (5 1/2 x 54, $8.50) and Gran Toro (6 x 60, $9.50). Each are packed in 20-count boxes and are regular production releases.

“Nestor has been adamant about introducing his beloved Corojo wrapper to the Collection,” said Jason Wood, vice president of Miami Cigar & Co., via a press release. “We would have loved to introduce it sooner but we decided to wait until the blend was perfect. The reaction from the retailers at this year’s IPCPR solidified our thoughts on the blend.”

Box image courtesy of Miami Cigar & Co.

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