General Cigar Brings Back Cohiba Spectre - Cigar News

General Cigar Brings Back Cohiba Spectre – Cigar News

has announced that they are bringing back the for a third release. The is one of the most expensive cigars ever released by and uses four varietals of tobacco, each paying homage to the growing regions, soils and microclimates from which they were harvested.

continues our tradition of creating exceptional smoking experiences. Our blending expertise, passion for tobacco, and commitment to craftsmanship and creativity are on full display with . As with its predecessors, this offering is uniquely representative of our rarest tobacco. is quite simply, a cigar that can never be replicated.”

, brand ambassador for

The is rolled at Dominicana in Santiago, . The blend uses an Ecuadoran wrapper broadleaf binder grown exclusively for in the River Valley, and Dominican Piloto Cubano, aged in tercios since its 2014 harvest , and Nicaraguan Jalapa from the 2017 crop for the fillers. Those Nicaraguan leaves were aged in Spanish Sherry barrels.

Only 500 boxes were made. The cigar is rolled by just one pair, Ms. Xirolma Céspedes and Mr. Ruben Dario Perez Peña. The is made in only one size, a 6.5” x 52 called . The cigars come in soft-touch matte box that holds 10 cigars. The box retails for $1199.90 or individually $119.99. will ship November 23, 2021. The original came out in 2018. The next iteration was in 2019.