News: GRAN HABANO UNVEILS THE COROJO #5 GRAN RESERVA 2012.
GRAN HABANO UNVEILS THE COROJO #5 GRAN RESERVA 2012″.
Doral, Florida, November 8, 2018 – Father and son team, Guillermo and George Rico, are
proud to announce the official release of the Gran Habano Corojo No. 5 Gran Reserva 2012.
Gran Habano’s Gran Reserva cigars are made using the top 10% best leaf from the yearly
crop and aged for an extra seven to eight years prior to the cigar being rolled. It is then aged
for a period of four to six years additionally as cigars. The 2012 installment has been aged an
additional three years longer than any other prior Gran Reserva release. These cigars offer a
bold new experience in full-bodied premium cigars made with vintage tobaccos. Expect a
remarkably smooth, earthy and spicy smoke, accompanied by notes of sweet wood and
espresso for this aged smoke. The Gran Habano Corojo #5 Gran Reserva 2012 is currently
shipping to retailers nationwide.
The Gran Reserva 2012 is available in five sizes in 20 count boxes:
Corona Gorda 5 5/8 x 46 $ 8.10
Gran Robusto 6 x 54 $ 8.60
Imperial 6 x 60 $ 9.40
Czar 6 x 66 $11.10
Grandioso 7 x 70 $11.50
Country of Origin: Honduras
Factory: G.R. Tabacaleras Unidas, S.A.
Distributor: Gran Habano
Filler: Nicaragua & Costa Rica
About Gran Habano Cigars
The Rico family history in tobacco stretches back to 1920, when Guillermo Rico’s grandfather began growing dark tobacco. Guillermo’s father succeeded his grandfather in 1946, and Guillermo recalls following his father around the fields as a child and his mother rolling cigars at home. That legacy continues today at Gran Habano, with a strong sense of family tradition embedded into every cigar made in Danlí, Honduras. Danli is where, in 1998, the factory was established. It became the birth place of all of their premium cigars, and the quintessential Gran Habano look.
Long-filler cigars became the core of the company brand, with three distinct blends: the No. 1 is a mild but rich cigar with a Connecticut shade wrapper; the No. 3 is a medium-bodied cigar in a Habano wrapper; and the No. 5 is a peppery full-bodied cigar in a Corojo wrapper. Consistency has always been insisted with these expert blends, which continue to be bestselling cigars.
The legacy of making cigars at Gran Habano continues to be a family affair in the USA at the factory in Miami, FL. The Rico family strives for quality in every leaf and cigar in production. Honesty and passion is what compels them to make great cigars; this, married with a sense of originality, has been the signature of their company. At Gran Habano they look to the future with optimism and a great sense of appreciation for those who have come to know them and their brand.
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Gran Habano Catalog 2018
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