Dunhill Aged Range Adds 6 x 60 Gigante Vitola

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Dunhill has added a ninth vitola to their Aged Range, a 6 x 60 called the Gigante. The news was announced via Twitter by Serious Cigars, a retailer based in Houston, TX:



The Dunhill Aged Range Gigante is being sold by the store for $12.50 per stick and $112.50 for a box of 10. Like the rest of the Dunhill Aged Range, the Gigante uses a Connecticut-shade wrapper from the United States, a Dominican Olor binder and Dominican filler. It is being made at the General Cigar Dominicana factory in Santiago.

The Dunhill Aged Range, otherwise known as the “Blue Label” series, now has nine vitolas:

  • Altamiras – 5 x 48 (Tubed)
  • Cabreras – 7 x 48 (Tubed)
  • Condados – 6 x 48
  • Diamantes – 6 5/8 x 42
  • Peravias – 7 x 50
  • Romanos – 4 1/2 x 50
  • Samanas – 6 1/2 x 38
  • Tabaras – 5 9/16 x 42 (Tubed)
  • Valverdes – 5 1/2 x 42
  • Gigantes – 6 x 60

As part of its move to being produced and distributed by General Cigar Co., the Dunhill Aged Range received a new look in spring 2012, adding a more modern band design in place of the traditional script logo. The revamped line first debuted at Club Macanudo in New York on May 17, 2012, and began shipping to retailers in June. MSRPs for the cigar range between $8 – $14 per cigar.

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