Cremo Cigars has officially announced a third line is being added to their portfolio of cigars. The cigar is called the Cremo Capa Caliente. According to the company’s web-site, this cigar is described as “full bodied, and for any smoker looking for strength.
Cremo Cigars is a revival of a New York City based cigar company that has been described as “the most successful brand of the early 20th century”. In 2011, the brand was revived by a New York named Walter “Lilo” Santiago. The company decided to partner with Sandy Cobas and Willy Herrera at the El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami, Florida to make their products. Since the revival, the company has launched two blends: Cremo Classic (Habano), and Cremo Classic (Maduro).
Prior to the announcement, the cigar was soft-launched to some authorized retailers.
At a glance, here are the details of the Cremo Capa Caliente:
According to the web-site, the Habano wrapper “gives this cigar a good kick of pepper” . Meanwhile, the Nicaraguan filler and binder provide oak, leather and red pepper.
Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan
The Cremo Capa Caliente is available in two sizes – each rolled entubado style.
Robusto: 5 x 50
Toro: 6 x 52