|Diamond Crown Julius Caeser will be getting two
new line extensions -a 6 x 60 and a perfecto.
(Not an IPCPR 2013 photo, but 2011 Cigar Coop photo)
At the 2013 IPCPR Trade Show, J.C. Newman Cigar Company announced two cigars that will be added to its super premium cigar Julius Caeser cigar line. The first is a 6 x 60 frontmark called Hail Caeser. The second is a perfecto that will only be available to Diamond Crown Cigar lounges called the 1895 Perfecto Special Reserve.
The Julius Caeser was unveiled at the 2010 IPCPR Trade Show in New Orleans. The cigar is technically named after “J.C. – aka Julius Caeser” Newman (spelling correct). – the founder of the J.C. Newman Cigar Company. The cigar is meant to commemorate the 135th birthday of Newman and the company’s 115th anniversary. The “1895” in the Julius Caeser 1895 Special Reserve refers to the company’s founding date.
Originally the Julius Caeser was launched in four sizes and was only initially rolled out to Diamond Crown Cigar lounges. The cigars eventually made their way many Diamond Crown retailers. As mentioned, the plan for the Julius Caeser 1895 Special Reserve to only be offered to Diamond Crown cigar lounges at this time.
At a glance, here is a look at the Diamond Crown Julius Caeser line:
The Julius Caesar line is made at the Tabacalera A. Fuente in the Dominican Republic.
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Havana Seed
Binder: Central American Tobaccos
Filler: Central American Tobaccos
Note: Recent press releases have indicated the binder and filler are from the Dominican Republic.
The Diamond Crown Julius Caeser is available is now available in six sizes. Each are sold in boxes of 20
Hail Caeser: 6 x 60
1895 Perfecto Special Reserve: 5 x 52
Churchill: 7.25 x 52
Pyramid: 6.5 x 52
Robusto: 4.75 x 52
Toro: 6 x 52