United Cigars Announces Gold Star Line for Fallen Navy SEALs' Families - Cigar News

United Cigars Announces Gold Star Line for Fallen Navy SEALs’ Families – Cigar News

United Cigars has unveiled the Gold Star Limited Edition cigar line, set to debut at the upcoming PCA event in Las Vegas. Crafted at the Tabacalera William Ventura Cigar Factory in the Dominican Republic, this release underscores United Cigars’ commitment to supporting military families, particularly those of fallen Navy SEALs.

The Gold Star Limited Edition will feature a singular vitola of 6” x 54, offered in 20-count boxes. With a total production capped at 4,000 cigars, this initiative not only pays tribute to the valor of Navy SEALs but also aims to raise awareness and support for their families. A special run of 200 numbered boxes, including 25 signed by active and retired Navy SEALs, will be auctioned to benefit the Navy Seal Museum Trident House Charities and Swim With A Mission.

We are honored to be included in the launch of the Gold Star brand. This really proves that United Cigar is putting their money where their mouth is!

Jeff Hiatt, a board member involved in the project

The Gold Star cigar features a blend designed for complexity and full-bodied flavor, including a Habano 2000 Intermedio wrapper, a Sumatra binder, and fillers from Connecticut Broadleaf and the Dominican Republic.

We are thrilled to introduce the Gold Star limited edition, a product of passion and purpose. This project symbolizes our commitment to crafting exceptional cigars while supporting those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

Oliver Nivaud, Director of Operations for United Cigars

Priced at $400 per box of 20, or $20 per cigar, the Gold Star Limited Edition is set to hit the shelves at the end of March, following its PCA 2024 unveiling.