Alma del Campo Guajiro

Plasencia Cigars has announced its Alma del Campo Guajiro is now a box-pressed offering. Previously, it was offered as a parejo.

Alma del Campo is a Nicaraguan puro featuring tobaccos grown on the Plasencia farms. Production is handled out of the Plasencia factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. Like the parejo version, the Guajiro measures 5 1/2 x 54 and comes in ten-count boxes. The remainder of Guajiro’s parejo format will continue to be available to retailers until inventories are depleted. Plasencia says the new format was based on customer demand. It becomes the second box-pressed size under the Alma del Campo line following the addition of the Cigar News: Plasencia Alma Del Campo Travesía.

In a press release, Jim Young, CEO of Plasencia Cigars, stated, “Experience the artistry of our Alma Del Campo Guajiro box-pressed cigar, where the meticulous pressing process enhances the harmony between the Nicaraguan-grown filler, binder, and wrapper leaves, delivering a richer, more refined taste with every draw.”

Néstor Andres Plasencia added: “This new Guajiro vitola presents a complex smoking experience with perfect balance, delivering notes of coffee and nuts. A very creamy cigar with a touch of spice. The finish leaves a lasting impression on the palate.”

The Plasencia Alma Del Campo is a Nicaraguan puro available in ten-count boxes. The new box-pressed format, priced at  SRP $18.25 per cigar, is now available for shipping.

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