Cigar News: General Cigar Announces Cohiba Royale has given details of their latest cigar, . It is said to be the brands strongest cigar to date. This also marks the first time a is being rolled in Honduras.

Brand Ambassador Sean Williams says, “ was created with the cigar connoisseur in mind, bringing to life the microclimates and fertile soils of the Caribbean and Central America in a way that is unique to the brand. All of the tobaccos that comprise are hand-selected and deeply aged, representing the best of the best tobacco growing regions in the world. The result is a cigar that is as bold as it is refined, befitting of the name.”

Cigar News: General Cigar Announces Cohiba RoyaleThe blend uses tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic, starting with a sun-grown wrapper from Nicaragua’s Jalapa Valley. The binder is a Dominican Piloto Cubano. Fillers include tobacco from Honduras’ Jamastran valley and the Nicaraguan valleys of Jalapa and Esteli. Each leaf in the blend is said to have aged between five to six years before being used in .

is rolled at ’s HATSA factory in Danli, Honduras. It comes in three sizes: Gran (4.5” x 52): SRP per cigar $23.99, Robusto (5.5” x 54); SPR per cigar $25.99, and Toro (6” x 50); SPR per cigar $28.99. Each of those sizes will be sold in boxes of 5 and 10. The new line ships in April.