Earlier today, Kyle Gellis of Warped Cigars posted a picture of what he describe as “the newest vitola” for Flor Del Valle. While Gellis isn’t say much, it’s obviously a parejo and appears to be thicker proportionally than the company’s Gran Valle (5 1/2 x 50).

One thing Gellis did confirm was that the cigar, which will be the third for the line, will debut in February. Flor Del Valle is Warped’s third and most affordable line. It is produced at the Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. (TABSA) factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. It a puro made entirely of AGANORSA tobacco with a corojo 99 wrapper from Jalapa and mixture of corojo 99 and criollo 98 fillers.

The company debuted the line at the 2014 IPCPR Convention & Trade show in two vitolas.

Charlie Minato

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