News: Habanos S.A. Completes 2011 Releases

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A brief news post on CubanCigarWebsite.com has confirmed that all of 2011’s scheduled releases from Habanos S.A. have been delivered.

The cigar that completed the 2011 release schedule was the Por Larrañaga Legendarios, an Edición Regional for Spain that was released in the past few weeks. The Legendarios measures 6  3/4 (170mm) x 50, a Double Robusto vitola that is also known by the factory name Partagas No.16. It has been spotted for sale online, with a price of €190.00, or about US$230.oo. Despite being one of Habanos S.A.’s biggest markets, there are no La Casa del Habano stores in Spain, and there are few cigar retailers in Spain who maintain a web presence.

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25,000 cigars were produced for the Por Larrañaga Legendarios project, with the cigars coming in 2,500 individually numbered 10-count boxes.

A majority of Habanos S.A.’s 2012 announced releases are still waiting to arrive at retail, a list that includes the 2012 Edición Limitada cigars, Edición Regional cigars for Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, as well as new regular production cigars from Cohiba and Romeo y Julieta.

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