Cigar News: Crowned Heads "Mil Días" with Tabacalera Pichardo announced a brand new line today “,” which is described as an ultra-premium cigar and a partnership with . This is not the first line to be made at as the Juraez brand has been made there since it launched in 2018. This is the first new product from the two companies since they announced a partnership back in April where is now distributing cigars, whose home happens to be .

Cigar News: Crowned Heads "Mil Días" with Tabacalera Pichardo translates in Spanish to ‘one-thousand days,’ and is a reference to the amount of time, about three years, it takes to bring a cigar to life from Conception to execution. This project started in the Summer of 2017 when Don Eradio Pichardo and gave some blend samples to of at the IPCPR Trade Show. “I was very impressed with those initial samples and I felt the blend had tremendous potential,” said co-owner/founder, . “Little did I know that those samples would take us on a nearly three-year journey of blend exploration and experimentation.”

Cigar News: Crowned Heads "Mil Días" with Tabacalera Pichardo“To create a blend and innovate you need to take risks beyond conventional thinking,” added , and Group co-owner. “Mil Dias represents our relationship’s journey, and it also highlights the fruitfulness of our recently announced
strategic alliance.” Don Eradio Pichardo, co-owner of- and Group commented, “When Luciano had me try his first blend of I knew right away we had something magical, and I’m excited to see release this fantastic cigar.”

The blend for uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, Nicaraguan binder, filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Peru, and Costa Rica. The company descries it is a medium-plus body and full flavor. It comes in four sizes: Corona Gorda {46 x 6), Edmundo (52 x 5 3/8), Double
Robusto (50 x 6 3/8), and Sublime (54 x 6).

It is rolled at in Esteli, Nicaragua, under the supervision of Don Eradio Pichardo. will ship August 2020 and the price will be $9.25 to $11.50 per cigar.