The cigars are back for their first release since debuting in late 2020.
The company is making an effort to deliver more affordable cigars that don’t sacrifice on quality, with this being the newest.
The new blend is stronger than the Corojo #5, which the company has long heralded as the strongest in its portfolio. But you’ll have to wait a few months to try it.
The new size is a 6 1/8 x 52 torpedo that will be a limited production release.
The three-vitola line was originally scheduled to be released in 2021, but delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the release back to last November.
The new, three-size line celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Gran Habano brand. It uses a wrapper from Jalapa, Nicaragua and fillers from Colombia, Nicaragua and Peru.
Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Gran Habano brand, now the cigar commemorating the anniversary is finally ready for release.
A new size is being added to Gran Habano’s Persian King line, and you get to choose which end to light up.