Gran Habano Cigars will release its fourth installment in its Gran Habano Reserva line. The company has announced it is taking pre-orders on its new Gran Habano Gran Reserva #5 2011. This cigar features an all-new blend from aged vintage tobaccos. The company has also said the Gran Habano Reserva #5 2011 will receive new packaging from the previous three installments.

The Gran Habano Gran Reserva #5 2011 will be made in Honduras at the company’s G.R. Tabacaleras Unidas factory. This limited production line joins the Gran Reserva #3 2008, Gran Reserva #3 2009, and Gran Reserva #5 2010.

The Limited Release Lancero is part of a busy spring for Gran Habano Cigars.  In addition to the announcement of the Lancero, the company has announced the long awaited George Rico S.T.K. Miami Zulu Zulu Mas Paz Editionline extensions to the G.A.R. Red Line, the 7 x 70 Gran Habano Corojo #5 Grandioso, the Gran Habano Limited Release Lancero as well as packaging changes to the Gran Habano Corojo Maduro.

At a glance, here is a look at the Gran Habano Gran Reserva #5 2011

Blend Profile

The blend is a mix of Corojo tobaccos from Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The Costa Rican tobacco makes this the first in the Gran Reserva line to use this tobacco.

Wrapper: 2002 Corojo Sun Grown in Nicaragua
Binder: 2002 Corojo Sun Grown in Nicaragua
Filler: 2005 Corojo from Costa Rica
Country of Origin: Honduras (G.R. Tabacaleras Unidas SA)

Vitolas Available

The Gran Reserva #5 2011 will be launched in five sizes and will be the same sizes as made for the Gran Reserva #5 2010 . The cigars will be packaged in ten count boxes and be priced from $7.50 to $10.00.

Corona Gorda: 5 5/8 x 46
Gran Robusto: 6 x 54
Imperial: 6 x 60
CZAR: 6 x 66
Grandioso: 7 x 70