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This is the fourth consecutive year that Plasencia has released a cigar for Chinese New Year.
This is the third vitola for the Alma Fuerte Colorado Claro blend, the first one to be round instead of box-pressed.
Plasencia celebrates its 151st harvest with a Honduran puro using tobacco with approximately seven years of age on it.
Patrick Lagreid got an early look at this upcoming limited edition last week. (And, if you read his Puro Sabor coverage, you did too.)
Composting in the morning, com-partying in the evening.
Will I be wrong about the shipping date for Fuente y Padrón Legends two years in a row? Probably.
This is the third size for the line, the first vitola that is round.
Cosecha 151 uses Honduran tobacco from the Plasencia family’s 151st crop, which it began harvesting in 2016.
The company says he oversaw the production of some of the best cigars to come out of that country.
The former head of Davidoff of Geneva USA is returning to the cigar market to lead the Plasencia family’s cigar brand.
With the Cosecha 151 expected to arrive next month, it’s time to say goodbye to the Cosecha 146.