As part of its 25th anniversary celebration, Miami Cigar & Co. revamped its Nestor Miranda offerings with new lines and packaging. That makeover also meant a streamlining of lines, which led to the Nestor Miranda Special Selection being removed from its portfolio.

This year marks the company’s 30th anniversary and the Special Selection is back.

The company has announced that the Special Selection will return in “mid-spring” with sizes to be announced and pricing around $7. The cigar will feature a habano rosado wrapper and will be produced at My Father Cigars S.A. in Nicaragua.

“2019 is going to be an exciting year”, said Jason Wood, vp of Miami Cigar & Co., in a press release. “We try as much as possible not just to hear customer feedback but to act on it, and one common request was to bring Special Selection back to retail. Customers will know it the moment they see it as well because of our choice to enact very minimal adjustments to packaging and presentation.”

The original Special Selection debuted in 2006.

Update: The original version of this story indicated the Special Selection was introduced in 2008, it was in fact 2006.

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Charlie Minato

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