Plasencia Cigars has announced a new offshoot of its Plasencia Alma Fuerte line. Dubbed the Plasencia Alma Fuerte Sixto I Hexagon Colorado Claro, it is based on Plasencia’s unique Sixto II Hexagon-shaped vitola currently found in the Alma Fuerte line, but it is highlighted by the use of a lighter-colored Colorado Claro wrapper.
The new Plasencia Alma Fuerte Sixto I Hexagon Colorado Claro features 100 percent Nicaraguan tobaccos. The binder and filler have been tweaked from the original Alma Fuerte blend. The Colorado wrapper that envelops the blend has been aged 10 years.
In a press release Plasencia Cigars CEO Nestor Andres Plasencia stated: “When we created the hexagon shaped vitola, we did it with the intent to push the boundaries of cigar making. The Colorado Claro wrapper adds a different dimension to this already unique cigar. We proudly look forward to exposing the public to the Plasencia Alma Fuerte Sixto I Hexagon.”
The Plasencia Alma Fuerte Sixto I Hexagon Colorado Claron is packaged in a hexagon shaped 10-count box. Each cigar has an MSRP of $21.00.
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