Pura Soul Cigars announced today that it is ready to unveil its second release, a Honduran puro that comes from the Jamastran region of the country and is being produced by the Eiroa family at El Aladino.
In a press release issued today, Robert Wright, the founder of Pura Soul, said that “the new blend is awesome; I amped it up in strength but the flavor and balance remains. The sizes will satisfy the traditional cigar size consumer as well as the larger and newer ring gauge smoker.”
Pura Soul will also be getting a new look on store shelves, with a silhouette of Wright wielding his saxophone now featured. Wright is also a jazz musician who performs at events throughout the county.
The Pura Soul Honduras will be featured in four sizes in 20 count boxes: 6 x 48, a 5 x 50 box pressed robusto, 6 x 54 toro and a 7 x 64. Suggested pricing will be between $7.44 and $9.04 per cigar.
They will be on display at the 2014 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, Nev., which opens on Sunday, July 20.