It was only a year ago when General Cigar Company released the Cohiba Spectre. Coming at a hefty price, this premium delivered in droves, and had fans clamoring for more. Due to its limited nature, there was only so many for enthusiasts and aficionados to enjoy. Who would've thought a year later, General Cigar would be back at it again? This time, they've outdone themselves with Cohiba Spectre CS19.
With only one roller skilled enough to create this masterpiece, Cohiba Spectre CS19 features a tri-country filler—Brazilian Mata Fina, Nicaragua Esteli, Jalapa, and Dominican Piloto Cubano—of leaves that are placed in rum barrels prior to being transferred to airtight palm tree bundles for additional aging. The binder you ask? Nothing but quality, US Broadleaf that delivers in spades. To top off this work of art is a Nicaraguan wrapper which underwent an extra 12 weeks of fermentation, allowing for the richest and most palatable flavors to greet your taste buds. Once completed, each cigar rests for 6-8 weeks in cedar shavings before being draw-tested—talk about quality control. This premium provides one experience that is sure to last you a lifetime, this is one opportunity you don't want to miss out on!
Note: These cigars are a newly released product announced at the 2019 IPCPR Trade Show. Shipping is expected to begin in October, so make sure you pre-order yours today!