Warped Cigars and Casa Fernandez have announced they will have a collaborative cigar called Futuro. The cigar is a joint effort between Warped Cigaars owner Kyle Gellis and Max Fernandez, the son of Eduardo Fernandez of Aganorsa / Casa Fernandez. Plans are for the Futuro to make its debut at the 2015 IPCPR Trade Show.
While Casa Fernandez is producing two of Warped Cigars lines, La Hacienda and Flor del Valle, this one his described as more of a hands on project between the two parties. According to a press release, Gellis and Fernandez came up with the concept to create a cigar with a flavor profile and expeience nothing like Casa Fernandez nor Warped has released before.
The cigar itself is an Aganorsa puro, consisting of 100% tobaccos from the Fernandez Aganorsa farms. The Aganorsa tobacco comes from a section called the “vault” – which is a section of tobacco the Fernandez family keeps under lock and key and is home to their most prized tobacco.
Gellis informed Cigar Coop, Warped Cigars and Casa Fernandez will be distributing this product.
At a glance, here is a look at the Futuro:
The cigar is a mix of Corojo ’99 and Criollo ’98 tobaccos. The cigars are being produced at Casa Fernandez’s TABSA factory in Nicaragua.
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo ‘99
Binder: Nicaraguan Criollo ‘98
Filler: Nicaraguan Criollo ’98 and Corojo ‘99
Country of Origin: Nicaragua (TABSA)
Futuro will be available in two vitolas. They will be packaged in 20 count slide lid boxes. A total of 400 boxes per size is being released. Each size reflects the personal preferences of Gellis and Fernandez.
KG – Seleccion Suprema: 5 5/8 x 46 (SRP – $8.75)
MF – Seleccion 109: 6 x 52 (SRP – $9.75)