J.C. Newman Announces Factory-Only Cuesta-Rey No. 95 Cameroon - Cigar News

J.C. Newman Announces Factory-Only Cuesta-Rey No. 95 Cameroon – Cigar News

Julius Caeser (J.C.) Newman founded his cigar company on May 5, 1895, making today Cigar Company's 127th anniversary. To celebrate, the company is releasing the new cigar exclusive to its historic El Reloj cigar factory in Tampa, Florida.

After the Cuban Embargo was imposed in 1962, my grandfather, Stanford J. Newman, scoured the world for new types of tobacco. He discovered exquisite African Cameroon Wrapper (ACW) and was the first premium cigar maker to use it in the United States. Stanford wrapped ACW with a Broadleaf binder and long filler tobaccos grown in the to create the No. 95. It was smooth, elegant, and flavorful, and became the top-selling premium cigar in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s. Sixty years later, we are proud to have recreated the original blend of my grandfather's most famous cigar, the No. 95.

Fourth-generation owner, Drew Newman

is rolled in 's historic El Reloj cigar factory in Tampa, Florida. It measures 6.25 x 42 and retails for $15 each. Beginning today, is selling this special cigar in limited edition packs of 5 cigars as a factory exclusive. Cigar enthusiasts who visit 's cigar museum, take a factory tour, or attend a special event at its El Reloj factory will be able to enjoy this special cigar.