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Quesada Cigars posted a photograph on their Facebook page of the Tres Reynas 2013 cigar. The 2013 edition will feature a black band as opposed to a white band. This is an upcoming IPCPR release we noted last month.
On the Facebook page, the company indicated that the purpose for the band change was to differentiate a Tres Reynas 2013 from the original 2012 version. The company indicated that the blend will be the same. The blend consists of a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filler.
As we also noted last month, the Tres Reynas 2013 will also bring back the three vitolas from last year, but also add a new corona size. The other three sizes are a robusto, torpedo, and 6 x 60 gordo.
Tres Reynas is a cigar distributed by Quesada’s distribution arm, S.A.G. Imports. It is a cigar that is made at the My Father Cigars factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The project is a joint effort between the daughters of the Quesada and Garcia family (Patricia Quesada, Raquel Quesada, and Janny Garcia).