Plasencia released the Cosecha 149, which means harvest in Spanish, at this year’s PCA trade show in 2021.  The new cigar line marks the 149th harvest from the Plasencia’s farm in Honduras.  The Cosecha 149 is made up of 100% Honduran tobacco from their 2014 crop.  The tobaccos are from the Jamastran, Talanga and Olancho regions with the Jamastran tobacco being proprietary corojo and the Talanga and Olancho being criollo.  The cigar is released in 3 sizes in 10 count boxes.

Blend and Origin

Wrapper: Honduran – Olancho, San Agustín
Binder: Honduran – Jamastran
Filler: Honduran – Jamastran, Talanga and Olancho
Country of Origin: Honduras
Factory: Tabacos de Oriente

Vitolas Offered

Santa Fe (Gordito): 4.3/4 X 60. (MSRP $12.00)
La Vega: (Robusto): 5 X 52. (MSRP $13.00)
Azuacualpa (Toro): 6 X 52 (MSRP $14.50)

Final Score:  91