Cubariqueño Cigar Co. has announced their fourth regular production line: Protocol Sir Robert Peel. This is a regular production cigar that will make its debut at IPCPR 2019. Protocol Sir Robert Peel will come in both natural and maduro blends, a first for the company to offer more than one blend of a line. Like all other Cubariqueño cigars, it is rolled at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona Factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
The Protocol Sir Robert Peel comes in only one vitola, a 6 x 52 box press toro in boxes of 10. MSRP is $119.50 per box. The natural blend uses an Ecuadorian Rosado wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and fillers. The maduro blend uses the same filler and binder but changes the wrapper to a Pennsylvania Broad Leaf.
Sir Robert Peel is considered the father of modern day policing. Cubariqueño Cigar Co and its owners Bill Ives & Juan Cancel who are police officers and this fits with their company theme of honoring the polica.
“We left no stone unturned for this release. Both cigars are smoking phenomenal and we took the packing up to the next level.” stated Juan Cancel. As in previous years, Cubariqueño Cigar Co. will again in side the Espinosa booth at 2019 IPCPR.