Drew Estate has announced it will introduce 25-count boxes for Liga Privada Único Serie Nasty Fritas. The new 25-count boxes will replace the current 50-count Nasty Fritas box.
Drew Estate says the switch to the smaller box size creates a friendlier presence for retailer humidor shelf space, while at the same time providing a more economical value for consumers.
”These nasty, gnarly, little broadleaf bullies were introduced as an exclusive smoke for our Cigar Safari guests in Nicaragua years ago,” explains Jonathan Drew, President of Drew Estate in a press release. “Cigar Safari adventurers went loco for Nasty Fritas’ rich character and extraordinary flavor. Switching Nasty Fritas to 25-count boxes is a good move but they still look soooo Nasty. I’ll tell ya the full story when I see ya next.”
The cigar is a 4 x 52 Short Pyramid that will remain the same. The blend also remains the same and features a Connecticut River Valley Broadleaf No. 1 Dark wrapper and Plantation Grown Brazilian Mata Fina binder that Drew Estate uses for Liga Privada No. 9 cigars. Like Liga Privada Único Serie Papas Fritas, the Nasty Fritas tripa (filler) blend uses leftover tobacco trimmings created in the making of Liga Privada No. 9 and Liga Privada T52 cigars.
The new 25-count Liga Privada Unico Serie Nasty Fritas cigars is now available exclusively to all participating Drew Diplomat Program partners with an MSRP of $7 per cigar or $175 per box.
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