Hiram & Solomon Cigars is adding a new cigar to their core lineup: The CURAMUS. This latest addition to their Freemason themed brand is made specially for MW Robert V. Monacelli, Grand Master of the Most Ancient and Honorable Society of Freemasons for the State of New Jersey.
The Freemasons are the largest and oldest fraternal organization. Their mission is to: “Promote a way of life that binds like-minded men with the principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth in order to serve God, Family, Country, Neighbor and self.”
Hiram & Solomon Cigars has donated tens of thousands of dollars to Masonic charities as a percentage of their sales including the Shriners Children’s Hospital and other non-Masonic community events. CURAMUS is latin the translates to “We Care.” Proceedes from this cigar’s sales will go to White Flower Society and Almoner’s Fund for the Scottish Rite of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction.
The CURAMAS rolled at PDR Cigars Factory, in Tamboril, Dominican Republic. Previous releases have been made at Plasencia S.A. and this is the first time going outside that factory. The blend uses a Pennsylvania Broadleaf Natural wrapper, Mexican binder, and DR Ligero Seco Corojo , DR Ligero Criollo, and PA Broadleaf filler.
The CURAMAS comes in only one size, a 6 x 52 Toro vitola packed in 20 count classic Cuban style boxes. Each box carries the seal of the Procigar – Association of Dominican Cigar Manufacturers as a being a genuine product. This is also the first time the company has used Boveda packs in each box to ensure the proper humidity. Each cigars will sell for $10.00 and production is limited to 450 boxes. The CURAMAS is available on-line for purchase now at https://hiramandsolomoncigars.com/our-cigars/curamus/ and will later be sold at retail.