Ferio Tego Elegancia and Generoso_2023Ferio Tego has announced the release of its annual limited edition pair of cigars, Elegancia and Generoso, for 2023.

Like the previous releases, both cigars are offered in a 6 x 50 Toro size presented in a custom, hand-made travel humidor consisting of ten cigars. The humidors are preloaded with humidity control packs in the lower compartment of the humidor to ensure the cigars are properly maintained after purchase. The humidors also feature smart packaging technology to provide customers with additional information regarding the blends via NFC chip.

The tobacco components of Elegancia and Generoso remain similar. The Ferio Tego Elegancia is produced by the Quesada family at their facility in Licey, Dominican Republic. The blend features an Ecuadorian wrapper, over a Dominican binder, and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.

Meanwhile, the Ferio Tego Generoso is produced by the Plasencia factory at their factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. The blend features a Honduran shade-grown wrapper, over a Nicaraguan binder and Nicaraguan fillers.

“The 2023 offering of Ferio Tego Elegancia and Generoso reinforces our commitment to this annual limited release,” shared Michael Herklots, co-owner of Ferio Tego, in a press release. “Though quite different from one another in flavor and style, they both deliver incredible and complex flavors and structure, with mouth filling body and compelling development from start to finish.“

“This year’s releases continue our tradition of crafting the Elegancia and Generoso experience each year, embracing the style of each blend and delivering the very best expression of that style each year,” added Herklots. “If you’ve enjoyed the past two releases, this year’s expressions are sure to delight.”

The suggested retail price for the humidor of ten cigars is $230 prior to applicable taxes. The company is taking orders immediately, and humidors will arrive at market at the month’s end. Ferio Tego is distributed in the United States by Davidoff of Geneva, USA.

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