A special limited-edition cigar from JRE Tobacco Co. is returning to retailers this November for another run.
The Aladino Corojo Reserva No. 4 made its debut last November as part of a limited-edition series of cigars JRE calls “Our Cuban Heritage,” which the company created to evoke the flavors of the Cuban cigars from the pre-embargo era.
Measuring 5 inches by 44 ring gauge, the Aladino Corojo Reserve No. 4 is a Honduran puro consisting entirely of higher-priming Corojo tobacco grown on the Eiroa family farms in the Jamastran Valley. According to the company, all of the tobacco used in the blend was aged between four and five years.
Shipping to retailers in 20-count boxes, the production is limited to 800 boxes, the same as last year’s run. The sliding lid of the box is adorned with artwork featuring the image of a traditional Cuban cigar lounge. The cigar will carry a suggested retail price of $10.
Aladino Corojo Reserva No. 4 is rolled at Fabrica de Puros Aladino S.A. in Honduras.