Foundation Revamps Wise Man/El Güegüense, Moves Production to My Father - Cigar News

Foundation Revamps Wise Man/El Güegüense, Moves Production to My Father – Cigar News

Cigars revealed today that they are transitioning their lines El Güegüense and into “” and “,” and will now be produced at This partnership marks a significant moment for Cigars and its departure from Aganorsa Leaf.

We are excited to introduce the NEW Wise Man Corojo and Wise Man Maduro to our lineup. Working with Pepín García and his family has been a dream come true, and we believe that cigar enthusiasts will appreciate the craftsmanship and flavor profiles of these new offerings.

Nicholas Melillo, owner of Cigars

The decision to discontinue the current El Güegüense line was made to focus on these new releases, aiming to continue providing exceptional products to their customers. Melillo remarked, “While it's bittersweet to say goodbye to the El Güegüense brand, it holds a special place in the history of Cigars. We believe it will become one of our most collectible and sought-after cigars.”

features an all-Nicaraguan blend with filler tobaccos from Garcia's farms in Estelí, Condega, and Jalapa, . Alternatively, the updated includes fillers from the same regions but is differentiated by a rich San Andres Mexican wrapper.

These cigars are set to debut at the Trade Show in March 2024, with availability to authorized retailers and consumers worldwide beginning mid-April 2024. The lines will be offered in the following sizes: 7 x 54 Doble Corona, 6 x 52 Toro, 5 ½ x 50 , and 5 x 48 Corona, with prices ranging from $10.50 to $13.50 per cigar.