Boutique Blends to Release Aging Room Wild Pack, M21 Fortissimo and Minis


The weeks leading up to the 2013 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show will be busy for Boutique Blends Cigars, the makers of Aging Room, SWAG and Oliveros. The company recently announced a new project and a pair of new offerings for their Aging Room brand that are slated for release in the coming weeks.

First up is a project called the Aging Room Wild Pack, a ten-pack of cigars that is going to contain two cigars of five different previously unreleased blends. Each cigar will come with a rating card that breaks down the components of a cigar and that consumers are asked to submit online. It will be available in the weeks leading up to the 2013 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show, though pricing has not been finalized yet.


The Aging Room brand will be adding a new 5 1/2 x 47 Perferido vitola called the M21 Fortissimo. Due to limited availability of the wrapper, which the company says has been aging for over seven years, only 3,000 boxes of 10 cigars are being made. The Aging Room M21 will be released at the IPCPR trade show in mid-July.

The third addition to the Aging Room line is the Mini, a mini cigarillo that will come in 20-count boxes. It uses the same blend as the M356 to deliver a “fantastic aroma and strength,” according to Rafael Nodal, president of Boutique Blends. It is slated to begin shipping in mid-May.

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