Griffin’s is launching the Special Edition Griffin’s Club Series III, the ideal cigar to enjoy a night out
Basel, March 2015 – This Special Edition Griffin’s Club Series III is the last version and completes the Series of three Club Editions. It is created for those who are constantly in search of a modern and entertaining cigar, for those celebrating exciting night outs.
With the creation of this popular Robusto format, suited for a memorable nightlife, Griffin’s the brand also represents 31 years of tobacco know-how combined with a modern zeitgeist. Its design keeps building on the success of the two privious Club Editions bringing to life the famous spirit of Griffin’s clubbing.
The Griffin’s Special Edition Club Series lll is very exclusive and therefore limited to 25’000 cigars worldwide. It comes in a gorgeous looking Ecuadorian Habano wrapper which provides its special creaminess. The Honduran tobacco in the filler is responsible for the typical spiciness. The draw is perfect with a sharp combustion and a beautiful white ash. A cocktail based on rum would pair perfectly with this special cigar, its spicy flavours and sweetness.
The new Griffin’s Special Edition Club Series lll is available (in boxes of 10 cigars) in the USA and Europe as of February 2015 from selected specialist tobacco retailers.
Length: 14 cm; 5 1/2 “
Diameter: 2,1 cm; RG 52
Wrapper: Habano Ecuador Rojiza
Binder: Dominican Republic
Filler: Honduras Jamastran Seco, Piloto Seco, Hybrid Olor/Piloto Seco, San Vicente Mejorado Seco and San Vicente Visus
Suggested Retail Price: $10.00 per cigar/ $100 per box of 10 cigars
The famous mythical creature, the “Griffin”, gave Griffin’s its name. The symbol has represented the brand from its early beginnings. Griffin’s Cigars were created by Bernard Grobet in 1984 in his private Club “The Griffin’s” in Geneva and have been produced in the Dominican Republic ever. Due to the aficionados’ rising demand the cigars were successfully sold first in Switzerland, then in the US and later globally. In 1992, Bernard Grobet sold the brand to Oettinger Davidoff AG in Basel, Switzerland, which had distributed “The Griffin’s” worldwide and which ever since has constantly been developing the brand’s new cigar lines.