Total Flame Cigars will introduce a new blend in a perfecto vitola. The Total Flame Premium will be launched at 2014 IPCPR Trade Show in Las Vegas and is targeted for release this November.
The Total Flame Perfecto is being made by the La Aurora Cigars factory. Each cigar is packaged in a perfecto-shaped tube – reminiscent of the La Aurora preferido shape. Total Flame Cigars was given permission by La Aurora Cigars to use the Preferido shapes and tubes, under the La Aurora License.
Total Flame says the blend features some of the best tobacco they have to offer.
Total Flame Cigars was founded by Vladimir Roshchin and Maxim Privezentsev. The duo met at a cigar event in Moscow, Russia and learned they had a common passion for both cigars and motorcycles. They soon collaborated to launch a cigar company and in 2011 they also set forth on a well documented tour of the globe riding their motorcycles. The company has a United States operation in Amarillo, Texas.
The 2014 IPCPR Trade Show is proving to be a busy one for Total Flame Cigars. The company is also launching a robusto tube cigar out of La Aurora called the Total Flame Wild One. There are also two cigars out of the Plasencia factory – a cigarillo called Total Flame Spokes and a petit robusto called Total Flame OTR (Off the Rails).
At a glance, here is a look at the Total Flame Premium Perfecto:
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Sumatra
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Nicaraguan, Dominican
The Total Flame Premium is available in one size – a 5 x 54 perfecto. The cigars are packaged eight to a box.