Partagas Limited Reserve Decadas have had appearances in 2005 and 2009, and are regarded as some of the brands best blends. 2019 will see a limited return of this line. This new line was shown off at IPCPR.
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.
Cavalier Genève cigars has announced the two new vitolas in their White Series.These will be made in limited quantities.
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La Familia Robaina Cigars, formerly White Hat Cigars, is bringing a new cigar to IPCPR 2019: Pelones Bundles. Pelones Bundles come in three blends and in three vitolas. They will ship mid-August.
This year Plasencia Cigars will bring a new line to IPCPR: Alma del Fuego. They did not release any new lines at least years show after releasing two the year before that: Alma del Campo and Plasencia Cosecha 146. This is the third in their Alma Series, of which they say there will eventually be a total of 5 lines.