New cigar item Panetela from La Palina

Thomas Weiss December 27, 2013
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La Palina, one of the popular brands in Cigar industry is going to launch its limited edition of cigars, and all of them have been made in Miami by the same manufacturing company. This collection has been tagged as the Goldie Laguito No.2 of La Palina Collection. All these selective editions have been manufactured by Maria Sierra, who has learnt the pattern of rolling thin and elegant cigars at the size of hallowed home. El Laguito, is one of the popular Cuban Cigars manufacturing factories of Havana which situates in the Miramar neighborhood. Sierra had been rolling cigars from 1967, and she is still a tremendous job which is visible by watching her demands.

The Goldie offers with 6 inches long through 38 ring gauge, a special type of shape known as the Laguito which is No.2 in Cuba. There are some other editions of No.2 Laguito have been offered by the company that includes Montecristo Especial No.2s, and Cohiba Coronas Especiales.

Bill Paley, the La Palina owner has showed his delight while saying that, he loves this size. This was quoted on a press release where this news has been unleashed. He had also said that, it would be really interesting to create a trend with a single roller cigar, where each of the box has been designed and numbered through the roller.

All these limited edition of cigars will be shipping very soon, and the numbers of boxes will not be more than 1000. Each of the boxes contains 10 cigars, and the expected retailing price is $150 or each cigar will be $15.

Each of the cigar brand has been rolled by Sierra at El Titan De Bronze which is the minuscule cigar manufacturing company in little Havana Neighborhood in Miami. For blending purpose, Willy Herrera, the former El Titan De Bronze has contributed that includes some of the medio tiempo tobaccos. These cigars have been patterned with flag caps, and these consist of a mixture of Ecuador binder, Ecuadoran Habano wrapper, and an awesome blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican filler.

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Thomas Weiss December 27, 2013

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