Joya de Nicaragua has announced its signature 50th Anniversary cigar. It’s called Cinco Décadas and it will be showcased at the 2018 IPCPR Trade Show.
According to Joya de Nicaragua the Cinco Décadas is a cigar that is “an exclusive collection of tobaccos but also with fifty years of accumulated knowledge, experience and resilience unique to the first tobacco factory to craft premium handmade cigars in Nicaragua.”
As for the blend of the Joya de Nicaragua Cinco Décadas, the company is not disclosing the details other than it uses extra prime vintage leaves. The cigar will be available in two sizes: Diadema and El General (a Double Corona), The two sizes represent the first formats rolled at the Joya de Nicaragua factory back when it opened its doors in 1968. The cigars are packaged in ivory-white and gold lacquered ten-count boxes. The boxes have features such as gold embossed leaves and a 50th Anniversary seal to ensure authenticity from the Joya de Nicaragua factory.
The Joya de Nicaragua Cinco Décadas will have an ongoing limited production of 5,000 ten-count boxes. 3,000 boxes will be available in the U.S. market for Drew Diplomat Retailers.
“Cinco Décadas is a Nicaraguan cigar of unparalleled elegance. This cigar is intended to celebrate a special moment in our company’s history and offer an opportunity to pause, reflect, give thanks – and look to the future,” said Dr. Alejandro Martínez Cuenca, Owner and Chairman of Joya de Nicaragua, in a press release.
“It is our most memorable milestone yet and the most memorable of celebrations always require that you rise to the occasion. That’s what Cinco Décadas represents. We want consumers to know that in Cinco Décadas, they will find a cigar so premium that the fact that there’s one in the humidor, will be enough to celebrate,” added Dr. Martínez Cuenca.
Wrapper: Not Disclosed
Binder: Not Disclosed
Filler: Not Disclosed
Country of Origin: Nicaragua (Fábrica de Tabacos Joya de Nicaragua SA)
Diadema: 6 x 54 (SRP $19.00
El General: 7 x 50 (SRP $18.95)
Photo Credits: Joya de Nicaragua