CLE Cigar Company has announced the availability of its new Aladino Cigars line. Aladino is one of three cigar lines that made a debut at the 2015 IPCPR Trade Show that were spearheaded by CLE Cigar Company founder Christian Eiroa’s father, Julio Eiroa.
Aladino is a Honduran puro that features tobacco grown in the Jamastran Valley by Julio Eiroa and rolled at his Las Lomas Factory in Jamastran.
In a press release announcing the availability of Aladino, Eiroa said, “What the world needs is a true old fashioned cigar. Who is the best catador? You are…You want a cigar you can fully enjoy and is pleasant, relaxing and above all, consistent. Taste and compare”.
“Those (the three new lines) are my father’s babies,” said Christian Eiroa who appeared on Episode 150 of Stogie Geeks. According to Christian, his father always wanted to produce his own type of cigar done his own way. Over the years a series of events put such a project on the shelf.
There are eight sizes to the Aladino line. Accoding to CLE, each size provides the opportunity for a cigar emthusiast to distinguish an Authentic Corojo seed from the 1960s from other “Corojo cigars. The color of the wrapper and the vitola size lend each of the eight sizes to have different characteristics despite having the same blend and origin.
In addition to Aladino, CLE Cigar Company showcased the Tatascan and Rancho Lines at the 2015 IPCPR. These lines were also spearheaded by Julio Eiroa.
At a glance, here is a look at the Aladino line:
Country of Origin: Honduras (Las Lomas Factory)
Aladino will be sold in 20 count boxes.
Aladino Petit Corona: 4 x 40
Aladino Corona: 5 x 44 (Prensado)
Aladino Palma: 6 x 43
Aladino Rothschild: 4 1/2 x 48 (Prensado)
Aladino Cazador: 6 x 46
Aladino Elegante: 7 x 38
Aladino Robusto: 5 x 50 (Prensado)
Aladino Churchill: 7 x 48