New releases are beginning to be revealed more and more each week as we move towards the impending trade show. Miami Cigar and Company had an impressive amount of releases last year and this year is already starting to shape up to be the same. There has already been the announcement of the Merlion addition to the La Sirena family and earlier today there was even an instagram shot from Miami Cigar and Company’s Assistant Director of Marketing, Barry Stein revealing what appears to be new La Aurora lines: Guilermo Leon and Fernando Leon Reserva Familiar. Also new for the 2012 year will be the release of the Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve 2012. The information about the Grand Reserve can be found in the press release below:
Following in the footsteps of the Cigar Aficionado 91-rated Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve, Miami Cigar & Company is set to release the 2012 edition at IPCPR in August.
The 6 1/8 x 52 box-pressed maduro cigar will be limited to 1500 boxes of 10 cigars. Rolled in Esteli, Nicaragua, this year’s edition of the Grand Reserve will have an extra kick, due to the added Nicaraguan ligero. Utilizing a dual binder this extraordinary cigar is capped of with a dark, oily Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper aimed to please today’s cigar smoker.
According to Nestor Miranda, “With the 2012 edition, we were looking to add another dimension to the Grand Reserve and what we have come up with is a cigar that is a full bodied powerhouse. I can’t wait to see the reaction of the consumers when they smoke this cigar!”
The Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve 2012 will retail for $12.00 a stick, or $120.00 for a box of 10 before any local taxes.