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Limited Editions, Aged & Vintage Cigars

 

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Habanos Añejados cigars have been aged in Cuba, in perfect conditions of preservation, for a minimum of five years, inspected and distributed in limited quantities.

Edicion Limited are cigars in new vitals, limited releases of famous brands, and unique series.

Habanos Edicion Limitada 2016 Series

The Ediciones Limitadas – Limited Editions- of Habanos are appreciated and expected by the aficionados every year. These Ediciones are special because their vitolas do not exist in the regular range of sizes of the brand portfolio. They are also distinguished by a careful selection of all their leaves – wrapper , filler and binder -, which have been aged for a period of at least 2 years.

The three Edición Limitada cigars intended for 2016 are the Montecristo Dantes at 6 5/8 inches by 48 ring; Romeo y Julieta Capuletos, 6 by 53; and Trinidad Topes, 4 7/8 by 56. The Montecristo comes in wooden 10-count boxes, the Romeo y Julieta in 25-count dress boxes and the Trinidad in 12-count semi-boite nature boxes.

Additionally, H. Upmann's Magnum series is getting a third cigar this year with the Magnum 54, a 4 3/4 by 54 vitola that will come in 10-count boxes, 25-count boxes or 3-packs (tubos). It's the first addition to the Magnum line since 2008 and a regular-production cigar.

Habanos has chosen the Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2 as its Reserva selection for 2016. According to Habanos, this particular smoke is "one of the most outstanding examples of a Habana cigar." Though not presented in as grandiose a fashion as Cohiba, Habanos is also celebrating 20 years of the Cuaba brand, a lesser-known line of cigars that consists of only figurados. This year, the brand is commemorated with the Cuaba 20 Aniversario, a 6 3/4 inch by 56 ring limited-edition figurado intended for La Casa del Habano franchises. 

The first regular-production cigar called the Cohiba Medio Siglo. At 4 inches long by 52 ring gauge, this small robusto can be considered a cross between two Cohiba Siglo Series cigars, as it is rolled with the length of the Siglo I and the girth of the Siglo VI, though it's blended as part of the Siglo Series (Línea 1492). It will come packaged in slide-lid boxes of 25 or in three-packs of tubos. 


 

Ediciones Limitadas 2015: 

  • Magnum 56 of H. Upmann (56 ring gauge x 150 mm length) 
  • Ramón Allones Club Allones (47 ring gauge x 135 mm length)