ABUELO – NEW LINE FROM UNITED CIGARS
Nashua, NH – United Cigars made the decision a couple years back that they wanted to find the right tobacco and partner with the right manufacturer for their latest launch; Abuelo. For the Abuelo line it seemed almost fitting to go with the Eiroa family that has been a longtime friend. This puro offers a smooth medium-to full-body, pulling rich earthy notes from the soils of Honduras followed by coffee grounds and leather.
Abuelo means grandfather is Spanish and the Abuelo line pays respect to our elders, the man who paved the way for all of us. Handmade in Honduras at Fabrica de Puros Aladino S.A in Las Lomas, Jamastran Honduras, under the watchful eye of tobacco legend Julio R. Eiroa. Abuelo uses authentic Honduran grown, Cuban-seed Corojo filler and binder wrapped with pristine, dark Honduran Habano wrapper.
“This is 100% tobacco from our farm,” said JRE Tobacco Co.’s President Justo Eiroa. “Filler and Binder are authentic Corojo with our Habano wrapper. A true puro from Julio’s farm.”
Nieto – 5 x 50 – $10.50 – Box of 20
Nieta – 5 1?4 x 44 – $10.00 – Box of 20
Padre – 6 x 52 – $11.50 – Box of 20
Gran Abuelo – 6 1?2 x 60 – Box of 20
Wrapper: Honduran Habano
Binder: Honduran Corojo
Filler: Honduran Corojo
All sizes of Abuelo are currently rolling out and shipping to retailers.
United Cigar began as a US based cigar store chain in 1901 growing to nearly 3,000 shops. United Cigar eventually became part of the corporation that bought Marvel Comics in 1968. The United Cigar chain represented the interests of the Consolidated Tobacco Company; the tobacco trust that controlled the American Tobacco Company.
Today, United Cigars distributes and manufactures premium cigars within the United States. It has distribution agreements with Selected Tobacco (Atabey, Byron & Bandolero) as well as Jose Dominguez cigars. United
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