The Flor de D’Crossier Seleccion Suprema No. 560 and a revamped version of the Flor de D’Crossier Selection 512 are finally ready to hit retail shelves. These were products introduced by D’Crossier Cigars at the 2017 IPCPR Trade Show.
Isaias Santana Diaz, owner of Pure Aroma Cigars and makers of the D’Crossier brand explained in a press release why it took longer for these products to make it to market, “Every once in a while, the tobacco needs some coaxing. What should have been a normal 90-day aging period turned into an 11-month odyssey. Perfection takes time, and I am very happy with their outcome and am very confident the consumer will be as well. I hope to reward all those that have been waiting with these very special cigars.”
The Flor de D’Crossier Seleccion Suprema No. 560 is a new line. It comes from the ABAM factory in the Dominican Republic. The blend has a wrapper from Ecuador, Dominican binder, and a combination of Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers. The cigar comes in a Robusto, Magnum (Robusto Extra), and Julietas (Short Churchill).
Meanwhile, at last year’s trade show, Diaz announced changes to his Flor de D’Crossier Selection No. 512 line. For starters, production of the line has also moved to ABAM. The line itself has also been revamped. This includes a new blend of the original Flor de D’Crossier Selection No. 512 (now dubbed the Habano line) as well as the introduction of a Maduro counterpart. The line has been streamlined to have three sizes per blend. The can packaging also returns with the Flor de D’Crossier Seleccion No. 512 Habano maintaining a black color and the Flor de D’Crossier Seleccion No. 512 Maduro receiving a brown one.
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