El Centurion Connecticut To Debut At IPCPR

According to a published report in Cigar Insider, My Father is set to release the El Centurion H2KCT featuring a special hybrid wrapper grown in Connecticut.

The name of the new cigar reflects on the wrapper type which is grown proprietary to El Centurion. What sets the wrapper apart is that it isn’t the typical shade grown or broadleaf variety. Instead the wrapper is grown from a Cuban seed strain in open sunlight and harvested in the Connecticut River Valley.

The cigar which features binder and filler from Nicaragua will be available in 2 sizes, both of which are box pressed. The Corona which measures 5.5 x 48 will retail for $7.10 and the Toro (6 x 52) will retail for $8.10 before local taxes.



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