Southern Draw Cigars announce that the Jacob’s Ladder cigar will be released in a box press Lancero as the first special release for the IGNITE some good charitable strategy. The new Lancero is being made by hand at the A.J. Fernandez Cigar Co. in Esteli, Nicaragua. Known as the TOP RUNG, this format is for Casa de Montecristo which coincides with the Texas Cigar Festival. The Jacob’s Ladder is an award-winning blend and was named to the 2017 Blind Man’s Puff Top 25 List. This box pressed lancero will be extremely limited and available at many of the Casa de Montecristo locations.
The box pressed lancero in this award winning premium cigar blend is a limited exclusive release and will be available in a number of Casa de Montecristo retail locations. Operation Cigar for Warriors will be the initial beneficiary of the charitable strategy from IGNITE, and this Jacob’s Ladder box press lancero, only in the 10 count humidified jars under the IGNITE brand, will be the TOP RUNG is the first of five special releases scheduled for 2018.
“We are excited to partner with Robert and Sharon Holt and the Southern Draw family on the release of the IGNITE project. As the largest brick and mortar cigar lounge chain in the country and the first retailer to receive and offer these for purchase, we feel that our customers will be just as excited as we are to try these exclusive items. We believe this is just the first of many steps in aligning Casa de Montecristo with trends and exciting projects that make this industry so unique.” stated Ernie R. Watson from Casa de Montecristo Inc.
The IGNITE jars will be available first at the Texas Cigar Festival in Houston on April 14th 2018. Soon after the can be purchased at many of the other 20 Casa de Montecristo locations until supply is gone.
Each IGNITE jar will contain a 69 percent RH pack, donated by Boveda. “We are proud to be part of this exciting and innovative IGNITE project that Southern Draw Cigars has orchestrated. Boveda believes in supporting initiatives like these that serve our US military and its veterans, grass roots charities and premium cigar rights.” said Tim Swail, Executive Vice President of Sales for Boveda, a project sponsor for IGNITE.