Cigar News: Casa Cuevas Ships Cuevas Reserva showed off their latest line, , at the 2019 IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas. Today, the company announced that that line is shipping to retailers.

Cigar News: Casa Cuevas Ships Cuevas Reserva comes in two blends, Natural and Maduro. Maduro uses a Mexican San Andres wrapper, Dominican Pilloto Cubano binder, and Dominican and Nicaraguan Ometepe fillers. This blend is described as the personal favorite of Luis Cuevas Sr. because it’s full-flavored medium to full-bodied. Natural uses an Ecuadorean Connecticut wrapper, Habano binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and the U.S.A.

President of Cigars, Luis Cuevas Jr. said: “The for my father was supposed to be the Cuevas signature brand back well over a decade ago. As with all things in life, plans always change. I am proud to have worked closely with my father and my son Alec Cuevas, who is now part of the family business recreating this blend. I am ecstatic that this brand has come full circle, as we can now present it as a family project to the consumer.”

The ’s come in vintage Cuban style boxes of 20 cigars. Both come in three vitolas with more to come. Natural: 6X50 Toro $9.90, 6 1/4 X 52 Torpedo $10.40, 5×52 Robusto $9.50. Maduro: 6X50 Toro $10.90, 6 1/4 X 52 Torpedo $11.40, 5×52 Robusto $10.50.