Kings Cigars, the company that made its debut 2013 is planning to launch the fourth and fifth blends. The company has recently posted some information about the King of Kings Broadleaf Limited Edition and an eponymous line called Kings.
The King of Kings Broadleaf Limited Edition has been talked about for sometime. This cigar uses similar blend components as the King of Kings cigar, but incorporates a Broadleaf wrapper. Like the original King of Kings cigar, the binder is Habano Criollo and Kings Proprietary filler. The original King of Kings cigar was a 6 x 64 box-press Gordo, and the King of Kings Broadleaf Limited Edition appears to be along similar lines. The company did a soft launch on January 17th at Burns Tobacconist in Chattanooga and said on its Facebook page this is targeted for a March release.
The second release is the eponymous named Kings Cigar. This blend marks a departure from the Nicaraguan blends as it incorporates a Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper and Dominican binders and fillers. The cigars appear to have a cedar covering from the footer to the band.
At a glance, here is a look at the King of Kings Broadleaf Limited Edition and Kings Cigar
King of Kings Broadleaf
Binder: Habano Criollo
Filler: Kings Proprietary
Box Press Gordo
Wrapper: Brazilian Arapiraca Maduro
Binder: Fully aged Dominican Republic Cuban Seed
Filler: Aged Olor Dominicano and Piloto Cubano (Cuban Seed grown in DR) – Long Filler
Robusto: 5 x 52
Corona: 6 x 44
Toro: 6 x 55
Gran Torpedo: 6 5/8 x 60
Churchill: 7 x 52
Presidente: 7 x 60