Plasencia Cigars debuted the Plasencia Cosecha 149 at the 2021 PCA trade show this week. The word "Cosecha" translates to "harvest," and in this case is a reference to the harvest of tobacco used in this blend. Plasencia Cosecha 149 contains tobacco from the 149th Plasencia Family harvest, which happened in 2014. The tobacco has been fermenting and aging ever since, until it made its way into this particular cigar.
Altadis U.S.A. is celebrating Romeo y Julieta's 145 years of cigars by releasing a new limited-edition cigar: Romeo y Julieta Eternal. The blend is made by the Plasencia family in collaboration with Rafael Nodal, Head of Product Development at Tabacalera USA.
Altadis U.S.A. is bringing back a line from Aging Room, Oliveros Gran Retorno. Oliveros Gran Retorno is a small batch production that undergoes a unique aging process. The blend uses extra aged tobacco that has been aging in traditional bales for 24 months, then they rested in “reposado” in the factory Cedar Room for six months, and then the cigars themselves have been aged for at least 33 months after rolling.
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Plasencia's unique hexagon-shaped cigar is now available in a new wrapper, a Colorado Claro wrapper. This brand new blend is a line extension of the Plasencia Alma Fuerte and uses ten-year aged tobacco.
"This was a delight to smoke with its note changes that really compliment each other & excellent construction... It was truly great to sit back in the sun & enjoy the experience instead of tending to the cigar. " -Allison T. (The Yoga Ash)
"This complex cigar featured some interesting flavor transitions which I highly enjoyed. The notes were all well defined and the transitions between the differing notes all made sense. I would recommend this stogie to both newcomers and seasoned cigar smokers alike." -Matt Ca. (Cade)