News: Arsen Cigars Confirms New Line to be Released at IPCPR


Arsen Cigars has confirmed that they will be debuting a new line, the Arsen Pink for Men, at the upcoming IPCPR convention and trade show in Orlando, FL.

The new line uses tobacco from the Dominican Republic, with the wrapper a Habano HVA varietal, a Cuban seed from Pinar del Rio that has been grown at Navarette farm. The binder is a Cubano San Vicente varietal.


Photos of the new line first surfaced in late June via Arsen Cigars’ Facebook page:

From the release notes sent regarding the new line:

The wrapper leaf of Arsen Pink for Men cigars is from historical farm of Navarrete where in 1962 Carlos Torano, Sr. tried to grow the very first Dominican wrapper leaves, then this farm has been purchased by Augusto Reyes family.

The Arsen Pink for Men will be available in four sizes, all packed in 25-count boxes:

  • Toro — 6  x 58
  • Belicoso — 6  x 54
  • Robusto — 5  x 52
  • Petit Corona — 4 1/2 x 40

The Arsen Pink for Men will join the Arsen Connoisseur Selection as the company’s two offerings. MSRP for the Arsen Pink for Men line is between $6.40 – $7.00 before taxes.

An earlier version of this story reported the Toro as 6 1/4, the Belicoso as 6 1/ 4 and the Robusto as 5 1/4,

Patrick Lagreid
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