Last week on Twitter, Miami Cigar & Company released a tweet of a box pressed cigar that was being smoked. The cigar, which was labeled a test blend had many curious to what it was. Well, tonight that cat is out of the proverbial bag.
The Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve will be released in a limited edition of 1,000, 10 count boxes. The cigars made at the My Father factory under the watch of Jose Pepin Garcia, will feature a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, with a Nicaraguan binder and filler. The cigars come hot on the heels of another Miami Cigar & Company release which utilizes similar components, La Sirena.
These box pressed beauties will be 6.25″ x 52 in a torpedo vitola and are expected to retail at or below, $10.00 before local taxes. The cigars will be made available for retailers to order in Las Vegas at the annual IPCPR trade show which begins July 17th .
More details as they become available.