"Really enjoyed this cigar but that might had to do with it being a late night smoke. It is very strong in terms of strength and flavor and would pair very well with bourbon if your so inclined. If you like full bodied cigar this would be a winner." -Alan (Eulogy)
Plasencia Cigars debuted the Plasencia Cosecha 149 at the 2021 PCA trade show this week. The word "Cosecha" translates to "harvest," and in this case is a reference to the harvest of tobacco used in this blend. Plasencia Cosecha 149 contains tobacco from the 149th Plasencia Family harvest, which happened in 2014. The tobacco has been fermenting and aging ever since, until it made its way into this particular cigar.
Plasencia Cigars is now shipping a new cigar to celebrate the Chinese Zodiac: Year of the Tiger. It was first shown off at TPE (Tobacco Plus Expo) 2022 which took place at the Las Vegas Convention Center this past January. This cigar follows last years "Year of the Ox" from the company, however, that release was only available overseas, this will be sold in the U.S.
Plasencia Cigars has announced they are now shipping their new cigar Cosecha 149 that was shown off at the 2021 PCA trade show. The word "cosecha" translates to "harvest" in Spanish and refers to the 149th harvest of the field that this tobacco came from which took place in 2014.
Plasencia's unique hexagon-shaped cigar is now available in a new wrapper, a Colorado Claro wrapper. This brand new blend is a line extension of the Plasencia Alma Fuerte and uses ten-year aged tobacco.
Plasencia Cigars announced today that they are shipping a box-pressed version of it's Alma del Campo Travesia in a box-pressed format. The Travesia size has been around since the cigar launched in 2017, but it was in a rounded format. This new vitola ships next week.