La Hoja Cigars Announces Reserva Limitada 1962
Six Year Aged Sumatran Wrapper Defines New Premium Blend
Shortly after announcing the La Hoja Clasica 1962 and Clasica Maduro 1962, La Hoja Cigars is proud to announce the crown jewel of the 1962 line: the La Hoja Reserva Limitada 1962.
Featuring a six year aged Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper and a combination of Piloto Cubano and Nicaraguan filler tobacco, the Reserva Limitada 1962 delivers the trademark strength of Sumatra leaf with a maturity and complexity only possible through additional aging.
As a limited reserve blend, the annual supply of the Reserva Limitada 1962 will be dependent on access to the exact tobaccos used in this debut release.
“The Reserva Limitada 1962 is proof of our commitment to quality control and consistency,” said J Carlos Gomez, Executive VP of La Hoja Cigars. “The times may change. The construction, aroma, and taste of our cigars will not.”
The Reserva Limitada 1962 will be offered Gran Toro (6 ½ x 54) format at a suggested retail price of $16.
William Flores, President of La Hoja Cigars, remarked of the new blend, “we like to say that at La Hoja Cigars, ‘Tobacco is the Conversation.’ Reserva Limitada 1962 is our boldest statement yet of our relentless commitment to quality, tradition, and innovation.”
- Wrapper: Six year aged Ecuadorian Sumatra
- Binder: Dominican
- Filler: Piloto Cubano and Nicaraguan
- Size: Gran Toro (6 ½ x 54)
Master Blender Tasting Notes: Medium bodied smoke featuring a creamy texture and carrying notes of cinnamon, caramel glazed nuts, and light, sweet grassiness.
About La Hoja Cigars
La Hoja Cigars, owned by William Flores and J Carlos Gomez, is a revival of Flor de Flores, the iconic company that led the cigar industry in the second half of the 20th century.