Miami Cigar & Co. is expanding its popular Nestor Miranda Collection with an unique new blend that was first introduced at the 2016 International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailer (IPCPR) trade show. The Nestor Miranda Collection Corojo was such a hit among tobacconists at the show that it’s now getting a national rollout.
The Nestor Miranda Collection was redesigned for Miami Cigar & Co.’s 25th anniversary in 2014. Even though the modernized and sleek new design was well received, Nestor Miranda felt the line wasn’t yet complete and went on to create a new blend with his favorite wrapper, Corojo.
This new cigar is a Nicaraguan puro that comes in 20-count boxes. This medium-to-full bodied cigar comes in four vitolas: Robusto (50 x 4 1/2), Corona Gorda (46 x 6), Toro (54 x 5 1/2), and Gordo (60 x 6). These cigars will be priced from $7.50 to $9.50.
“Nestor [Miranda] has been adamant about introducing his beloved Corojo wrapper to the Collection. We would have loved to introduce it sooner but we decided to wait until the blend was perfect. The reaction from the retailers at this year’s IPCPR solidified our thoughts on the blend,” said Jason Wood, Vice President of Miami Cigar & Co.
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