United Cigars’ newest line will come from the fields of Julio Eiroa.

The company has announced that has begun shipping its new Abuelo line, a four-size line made entirely of Honduran tobacco from the Eiroa family farms in Las Lomas, Honduras. It uses a Honduran habano wrapper over a corojo binder and corojo fillers.

Keeping with the Abuelo theme, which means grandfather in Spanish, each of the sizes are the Spanish words for various names used to describe relatives.

  • Abuelo Nieto (5 x 50) — $10.50 (Box of 20, $210)
  • Abuelo Nieta (5 1/4 x 44) — $10 (Box of 20, $200)
  • Abuelo Padre (6 x 52) — $11.50 (Box of 20, $230)
  • Abuelo Gran Abuelo (6 1/2 x 60) — $12.50 (Box of 20, $250)

“This is 100% tobacco from our farm,” said Justo Eiroa, president of JRE Tobacco Co., in a press release. “Filler and Binder are authentic Corojo with our Habano wrapper. A true puro from Julio’s farm.”

The line is produced at Fabrica de Puros Aladino at Las Lomas Jamastran in Honduras.

Charlie Minato

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