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Gomez fills the spot vacated by Alan Rubin.
For this year’s PCA Convention & Trade Show, La Flor Dominicana was highlighting a revamped Litto Gomez Diez line, a limited production cigar that was introduced in 2003 and was sold through 2015.
Sadly, this isn’t a Philadelphia Eagles victory cigar.
The second of two different 7 x 64 salomones released by La Flor Dominicana to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Tobacconists’ Association of America.
La Flor Dominicana closes out its multi-year run of Golden Blend releases for the TAA with a sizable salomon.
This is the first blend from Litto Gomez Jr., the youngest son of Litto Gomez, to be sold. It’s a contrasting partner to the cigar from Gomez Jr.’s brother, Tony, La Nox.
For the second time since La Flor Dominicana started the tradition, the game will be hosted in Glendale. That means stores in Arizona will once again have the opportunity to sell these football-themed cigars.
The La Flor Dominicana TAA The Golden Salomones are the last of La Flor’s TAA releases to use the “Golden Blend” concept.
Litto Gomez Jr.’s first cigar will be on store shelves in the coming days.
The cigars from La Flor Dominicana’s much-talked-about NFT project have begun shipping to the NFT owners. Two of the retailers who purchased the NFTs have priced the cigars at $200 per piece.