La Palina Cigars has moved its La Palina White Label series into regular production. This was a cigar that was originally released in a Toro size in 2021 for the Tobacconists Association of America (TAA) Exclusive Series. The Toro (6 x 50), along with a Robusto (5 x 52) and Churchill (7 x 50) size of the White Label will now be regular production offerings.

The White Label features a Honduran-grown Connecticut seed wrapper over a Mexican San Andrés binder, and fillers from Nicaragua including Nicaraguan-grown Piloto Cubano. Production comes from the Scandinavian Tobacco Group’s HATSA factory in Honduras.

The La Palina White Label is the sixth installment of La Palina’s Label Series. The past four installments of the Label Series all had Toro sizes introduced the prior year before moving to a regular production with additional sizes. All three sizes are presented in 20-count boxes

One notable difference with the regular production White Label is an inclusion of a secondary band that describes the type of wrapper used on the blend. This change was introduced to the Label Series back in 2021.

The cigars that are a part of the Label Series include the following (along with wrapper varietal and release years)

Blend and Origin

Wrapper: Honduran Connecticut
Binder: Mexican San Andrés
Filler: Dominican, Mexican, Nicaraguan
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Factory: Honduran American Tobacco S.A. (HATSA)

Vitolas Offered

Robusto: 5 x 52
Toro: 6 x 50
Churchill: 7 x 50

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