The King of Kings Broadleaf line is growing. At the 2014 IPCPR Trade Show, Kings Cigars announced the King of Kings Broadleaf line would be adding four additional vitolas – bringing the line to five sizes.
The King of Kings Broadleaf line was launched earlier this year and became the company’s fourth blend. It was designed to be a maduro counterpart to the King of Kings Habano line. It was originally released in a 6 x 64 soft box-pressed known a Cuadrado. The four line extensions add more traditional sizes into this line – this includes a Robusto, Toro, Churchill, and Torpedo.
Kings Cigars is a three+ year project started by Anwar Mithavayani and Pete Tyndale. The company has two factories – one in Santiago, Dominican Republic and the other in Esteli, Nicaragua. From the company web-site, Mithavayani is the Director of Sales while Tyndale is listed as the Master Blender.
At a glance, here is a look at the Kings of Kings Broadleaf line.
Wrapper: Pennsylvania Broadleaf
The following are the five vitolas now in the King of Kings Broadleaf line. The cigars are packaged 20 per box:
Robusto: 5 x 52
Toro: 6 x 50
Torpedo: 6 1/2 x 54
Churchill: 7 x 52
Cuadrado: 6 x 64 (Soft Box-Press)