Altadis U.S.A. has announced the Casa de Garcia Centenario. It’s an offering that will bring two new blends to the value-priced Casa de Garcia line. The new Casa de Garcia Centenario blends will be produced in Nicaragua by the Plasencia family.
“Casa de García Centenario brings a new dimension to the brand, offering a modern rebranding with a Nicaraguan influence,” says Rafael Nodal, Head of Product Capability in a press release. “These cigars come in two flavorful wrapper varietals: Gold Label (Connecticut) and Red Label (Habano), each selected to blend harmoniously with a complex mix of Nicaraguan binder and fillers.”
The Casa de Garcia Centenario Red Label features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filers. The Casa de Garcia Centenario Gold Label will feature an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and filers. Both offerings will come in four sizes: Robusto (50 x 5), Toro (50 x 6), Belicoso (52 x 6 1/4), and Magnum (60 x 6). Each will be packaged in 25-count bundles.
Altadis says both the Casa de Garcia Centenario Red and Gold labels are now available.