A low and slow and fermentation process created the wrapper used on Esteban Carreras’ latest release.
According to the company, the new cigar was created as a “tribute to those Warfighters, operators, first responders and all the other unsung Americans who are working the night shift to keep America running strong while the rest of us sleep.”
This cigar’s story began more than two decades ago when corojo tobacco seeds were smuggled out of Cuba.
One cigar is a fundraiser for a non-profit helping veterans enjoy playing sports.
Warfighter Tobacco Co. is back for this year’s PCA Convention & Trade Show and is showing off two new cigars: one is being released as part of a charity that benefits service members and veterans while the other is an addition to an ongoing series of limited editions.
Warfighter Tobacco Co., a veteran-owned business, will launch a cigar for a charity that benefits both service members and veterans. In addition, the fourth cigar in the company’s Victory Series will be released.