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PDR Cigars Announces A. Flores Gran Reserva Habano for 2015

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Add three new releases to the list of cigars coming out in 2015 as Abe Flores of PDR Cigars has confirmed the half corona vitola will return this spring for a new A. Flores Gran Reserva Habano blend, while two more sizes should be out this summer.

Currently slated for a March release, the A. Flores Gran Reserva Habano Half Corona will measure 3 1/2 x 46 and uses a Ecuadorian Claro HVA wrapper, Ecuadorian Habano binder and Dominican Habano and Nicaraguan Habano fillers. The new cigar will debut in five-pack tins with an MSRP of $25.45, with a 50-count box option coming later.

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The Habano version of the half corona will wear a black band as opposed to the red ones that the A. Flores Gran Reserva Corojo wears. That line debuted at the 2013 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show:

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Flores didn’t confirm any details of the two other new sizes for the Habano line, but did say he expects them to debut at the 2015 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, happening July 17-21 in New Orleans.

Initial details of the new line were reported by Cigar Insider.

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