Source: Cigar Aficionado

The newest in a wave of releases from is now available. 2013 Limited Edition, a limited-production, vintage-dated line from the Oettinger Davidoff Group, is on shelves nationwide.

As with all products, is rolled in the company’s Honduran factory. The blend consists of a Honduran wrapper, Nicaraguan binder and filler of Honduran, Nicaraguan and Brazilian tobaccos. The company said that the wrapper leaf was grown in 2006, the binder in 2009 and the fillers are from a variety of years. states that the cigars were rolled several years ago, and aged for two years rather than the typical period of several months.

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added that it took a different approach to fermenting the wrapper tobacco, using a process it calls “press fermentation.” This means that extra weight was added on top of the tobacco pilones as the wrapper underwent its fermentation process. According to , the increased pressure “intensifies the internal temperatures,” a step required for these darker, oily upper-priming leaves.

comes in five sizes: a 5 inch by 50 ring gauge Robusto; Figurado at 6 1/8 by 54; Toro at 6 by 50; a 6 by 60 Gordo, and a 7 by 48 Churchill. They range in retail price from $11.00 to $13.00, and all five sizes come in polished boxes of 20 cigars.

Only 1,000 boxes of each size were made for the project, amounting to a total production run of 100,000 cigars.

This article first appeared in Cigar Insider.

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