Joya de Nicaragua Announces Número Uno Deluxe Humidor - Cigar News

Joya de Nicaragua Announces Número Uno Deluxe Humidor – Cigar News

The Joya de Nicaragua Número Uno was originally only given out to world leaders by Nicaraguan ambassadors on official missions. In 2018 it was turned into an even-only cigar, then in was released to the public as a limited edition in 2019. Finally, in 2021 it was released as an annual cigar with more sizes being added in the time following.

To commemorate the five years since the cigar was released the company has announced the “Joya de Nicaragua Número Uno Deluxe Humidor.” This blue humidor highlights the attributes of Número Uno, adorned by the unique “Obras Maestras” badge and the iconic JDN tobacco leaves logo. The humidor includes 150 Número Uno Cigars (75 L’Ambassadeur 6 ⅝ x 44 and 75 Le Premier 6 ⅞ x 48). The company describes it as a collector’s piece, with only 400 units produced, 300 for the United States and 100 for the rest of the world. This humidor will never be sold again.

This 150 cigar capacity humidor was first previewed at the Tobacco Plus Expo (TPE) in Las Vegas on February 2023. It will be available for ordering in the first weeks of June 2023. The MSRP for the Número Uno Deluxe Humidor is $2,850 and will ship to stores July 2023.

Número Uno is part of Joya de Nicaragua’s “Obras Maestras” line; the designation for their ultra-premium family of cigars. The Número Uno cigar is currently sold in two sizes: L’Ambassadeur (6 ⅝ x 44, Lancero) and Le Premier (6 ⅞ x 48, Churchill). It features an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and filler. It is described as a mild to medium- bodied and flavorful smoking experience.

This JDN Número Uno Deluxe Humidor was created for our amigos, the real cigar connoisseurs. This is the piece that every Joya de Nicaragua lover should have in their sacred space. This humidor will become the crowning jewel in any cigar collection. It is a beautiful and functional piece that will show off your authentic love of cigars.

Juan Ignacio Martínez, Executive President of Joya de Nicaragua