|La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve Liga YG-23|
General Cigar Company has added two blends to a new line to its La Gloria Cubana brand. The new line is called the La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve and was launched at the 2012 IPCPR Trade Show.The line is positioned as a small batch, limited release offering.
One of the new lines is the La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve Liga YG-23. The name comes from its creator, Yuri Guillen. It features a patent-pending band stamped with vegetable dye to allow the cigar enthusiast to experience its taste from start to finish.
The release will be limited as there will be only 500 boxes.
General Cigar has also announced another blend as a part of the La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve, the LR-1.
The La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve Liga YG-23 features an Ecuadorian Sumatra Especial wrapper. The remainder of the blend consists of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos.
The La Gloria Cubana Trunk Show Twenty Twelve Liga YG-23 will be offered in a single vitola – a 7 x 52 Toro size.