La Palina is rolling out an exclusive for the 49th meeting of the Tobacconists’ Association of America in Cabo San Lucas (TAA). La Palina Bronze Label is a limited edition cigar that’s only going to be made available at authorized TAA retailers. It’s also a special collaboration cigar, made in collaboration with Rocky Patel.
La Palina’s co-president Sam Phillips told Cigar Aficionado that the company plans to make Bronze Label a permanent brand with its own regular production sizes. For now, it’s only available in one vitola–a Toro (6 1/2 x 52). La Palina Bronze Label features a Honduran Habano-seed wrapper, a Honduran binder, and filler tobacco from Honduras and Nicaragua. La Palina Bronze Label comes in 20-count boxes and will sell for $9.99 per cigar. The cigar is produced at Nestor Plasencia’s El Paraiso factory in Honduras.
La Palina Bronze will be available in limited quantities to members of the TAA and will ship in late April or early May. For all the latest news from La Palina Cigars, visit lapalinacigars.com.