Does this mean that great price of the arsenio will increase just because they are made in miami, I hope not its one of my favorites with a perfect price.
News: Casa Fernandez to Add Two New Lines at IPCPR
Paul Palmer-Fernandez of Casa Fernandez has confirmed the company’s plans to add a pair of new lines to their portfolio, as well as a pair of new vitolas to their existing Miami Reserva line. All will be making their debut at the upcoming IPCPR convention and trade show in Orlando in August.
The first new line to be formally unveiled is the Casa Fernandez-Miami Aganorsa Leaf Maduro Box Pressed. Available in two vitolas, 5 x 54 and 6 x 58, the cigar is described as being robust and full of flavor, thanks to a San Andrés Maduro wrapper, with 100% Aganorsa Tobacco binders and fillers that come from four of the company’s farms in two growing regions in Nicaragua. It will be available for shipment to customers attending IPCPR.
Also debuting at the show will be the new Casa Fernandez-Miami Arsenio, a 5 1/4 x 54 Corojo and Maduro that will come in 10-count boxes. While the blend remains the same as the current Arsenio line, the production moves to the company’s new factory in Miami. Production will be overseen by the company’s Cuban Maestro Cigar Roller and his hand-picked group of expert tabaqueros.
The Casa Fernandez-Miami Reserva line will have two new vitolas introduced at the show, a 5 1/4 x 52 and 6 x 60, both available in 15-count boxes. The blend of Medio Tiempo, viso and regular ligero from Aganorsa Tobacco farms in the Jalapa, Condega and Esteli valleys of Nicaragua will remain the same, but the new vitolas will give more options in which to experience this cigar.