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News: Presenting The New Partagas 1845.

Presenting The New Partagas 1845.

 

In the five years since its launch, Partagas 1845 remains one of the most successful brands in the handmade cigar category. Today, the collection’s three distinct blends have been completely updated with deeper, richer taste profiles, and modernized with a new look and feel. Each of the three Partagas 1845 lines continues to pay homage to the heritage of Partagas by featuring the hallmarks of the brand – the finest, hand selected tobaccos, meticulous construction and an exquisite array of flavors.

Andres Maturen, brand manager for Partagas said, “Within the Partagas portfolio, the 1845 franchise stands apart for its ability to bridge the brand’s rich heritage and symbolism with contemporary influences. We’ve continued along this path by reimagining Partagas 1845 with a modern lens. The new Partagas 1845 blends give a nod to the brand’s storied history while delivering added complexity and more competitive pricing to resonate with discerning smokers of today.”

The newly-revamped lines will be offered at lower price points than the original Partagas 1845 lines, and will ship in mid-August.

Partagas 1845 Clásico

A medium-bodied collection available in four vitolas, Partagas 1845 Clásico is a creamy smoke with hints of toast and nuts. This four-country blend begins with a lustrous Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper, draped over a Connecticut Broadleaf binder. The blend features hand-selected leaves from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. With the new Partagas 1845 Clásico, cigar lovers can now expect to enjoy a more profound smoking experience.

Gigante – 6 x 60; SRP per cigar is $7.49

Churchill – 7 x 49; SRP per cigar is $7.19

Toro – 6 x 52; SRP per cigar is $6.89

Robusto – 5 x 50; SRP per cigar is $6.29

 

Partagas 1845 Extra Fuerte

 

The newly-blended Partagas 1845 Extra Fuerte strikes an intricate balance between intensity and complexity.  This is a full-bodied cigar that features a blend of aged ligeros from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, with a Connecticut Habano binder and aromatic Olancho San Agustin wrapper. A smoke for the initiated, Partagas 1845 Extra Fuerte is available in four sizes and packs a punch with a dynamic array of roasted coffee overtones.

Gigante – 6 x 60; SRP per cigar is $7.69

Churchill – 7 x 49; SRP per cigar is $7.39

Toro – 6.5 x 45; SRP per cigar is $6.99

Robusto – 5.5 x 50; SRP per cigar is $6.49

Partagas 1845 Extra Oscuro

At first glance, the dark, oily wrapper of Partagas 1845 Extra Oscuro predicts a cigar of pure power. That is only the beginning. Complexity reigns as this bold blend of Honduran, Nicaraguan and Dominican opens to rich, sweet spice, balancing the aged Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and binder with hints of espresso and caramel. Savory notes intensify as the smoke progresses, to deliver a cigar of great character.

Churchill – 7.25 x 54; SRP per cigar is $7.39

Toro – 6.12 x 50; SRP per cigar is $6.99

Robusto – 5.25 x 50; SRP per cigar is $6.49

Rothschild – 5.63 x 46; SRP per cigar is $6.29

 

About General Cigar

General Cigar Co. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of handcrafted cigars for the premium market. The company is owned by Scandinavian Tobacco Group. Committed to delivering cigars of the finest quality, General Cigar’s skilled artisans produce Macanudo®, Cohiba®,  La Gloria Cubana®, Partagas®, CAO®, Punch®, Hoyo de Monterrey®, Excalibur® and several other leading premium brands in the company’s Dominican, Honduran and Nicaraguan factories. In addition, the company cultivates proprietary tobacco which is used exclusively in its blends and has a dedicated R&D practice that develops new varieties of tobacco and revitalizes vintage seeds. General Cigar also operates Club Macanudo®, a cigar bar in New York City. In 2010, General Cigar entered into a joint venture agreement with Plasencia Group to expand its leaf growing and processing expertise and increase its access to tobacco.  Based in Richmond, VA, General Cigar sells through tobacconists in the U.S. and exports select products to 62 countries. For more information, visit www.cigarworld.com.

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