Nova Cigar Releasing Leo 11 Edition Limitada Nicaragua at PCA 2021

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Nova Cigar has announced that it will be releasing a limited edition at the Premium Cigar Association’s upcoming convention & trade show.

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The Leo 11 Edition Limitada Nicaragua is a 6 x 54 toro with a pigtail cap that uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper, with the binder and filler both Nicaraguan habano from the country’s Jalapa region. It is being offered in 11-count boxes and is scheduled to begin shipping around the end of July. The company has not yet announced an MSRP for the Leo 11 Edition Limitada, nor how many cigars are being produced.

Also not yet disclosed is the factory that is making the cigar, though Leonor Abzaradel told halfwheel that the factory is in Nicaragua and will be disclosed in the future. The Leo 11 Edition Limitada Nicaragua is the first cigar in Nova Cigar’s portfolio that is made in Nicaragua, and is a follow-up to the Platinum Nova Personal Reserve Leo X that was released in July 2019 and celebrated Abzaradel’s 10 years in the cigar business.

The PCA Convention & Trade Show runs from July 10-13 in Las Vegas.

Images courtesy of Nova Cigar

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