Flor de Gonzalez has shown off a 6 x 60 line extension to its 90 Miles 1980 Edition. A photo of this cigar was posted by company President Yadi Gonzalez-Vargas on her Facebook page. The 6 x 60 becomes the fifth vitola in this line that made its debut back in 2012.
The 90 Miles 1980 Edition derives its name from the year company founder Arnaldo Gonzalez left Cuba. The 90 miles refers to the distance between Cuba and Key West, Florida.
The blend features a San Andres Mexican wrapper, but perhaps the most interesting component is a Broadleaf binder leaf grown in Ecuador – a leaf that is rarely seen from that country.
At a glance, here is a look at the 90 Miles 1980 Edition line:
The cigars are made at the company’s factory in Nicaragua.
Wrapper: San Andres Mexican
Binder: Ecuadorian-grown Broadleaf
As mentioned the 6 x 60 vitola becomes the fifth vitola in this line.
Gordo: 6 x 60
Gordito: 5 x 52
Doble Corona: 6 x 56
Torpedo: 6 1/2 x 54
Churchill: 7 x 50