Mombacho Cigars S.A. has given new details about its latest installment of the annual Cosecha series. This will be the third in the series: Mombacho Cosecha 2014. The series started in 2017 with the Mombacho Cosecha 2012. That cigar scored a hefty 94 points in our review and made #5 on our top 25 list. Mombacho Cosecha cigars are a Nicaraguan puro, and true vintage, meaning they have been aging after being rolled.
“True vintage is almost impossible to find in the cigar industry and we have created a cigar that showcases the best of Nicaraguan tobaccos with Cosecha. Cosecha 2012 was great and Cosecha 2013 was even better, Cosecha 2014 will surprise the aficionados once again.” said Claudio Sgroi, President and Master Blender of Mombacho Cigars. “Cosecha is a project that has been in my heart since the day I started working with Mombacho and I am thrilled to share it with all of you now” added Sgroi.
“Cosecha” means “harvest” in Spanish and speaks to the fact that all tobaccos in the blend were harvested in the same year. The cigars were rolled in 2016 with tobaccos from 2014 and have been aging at their factory, Casa Favilli. The Mombacho Cosecha 2014 comes in the same vitolas as its previous releases, a 6 x 52 toro with a pigtail cap and comes in 10-count boxes. Each cigars has an MSRP of $21.9. Only 750 boxes were made of the 2014 and will be shown at IPCPR 2019.