Southern Draw Cigars has announced the 300 HANDS Connecticut and has updated its rustic display to share all three 300 HANDS blends and “story cards” with the faces, names, roles and charitable needs of the 300 HANDS featured staff.
300 HANDS is a collaboration told through a value line of premium cigars from Southern Draw Cigars. It is the story of approximately 300 small steps and of the hands producing nearly identical handmade cigars. The process of hand-making a premium cigar is a deliberate marriage of art and skill that has been passed down from generation to generation and Nicaragua, with its complex tobaccos and dedicated people, is now the most prominent supplier of this unique art form to the United States. Southern Draw is honored to share this charitable project with their retail partners and consumers.
300 HANDS Connecticut
Country of Origin: Nicaragua
Factory: AJ Fernandez Cigar Co.
Filler: Nicaragua and Dominican Republic
Notes: This has a smooth and mellow high-grade Connecticut wrapper. It is a velvety smoke with a slight zest of citrus and bright spicy notes from the Peruvian binder and features just a touch of spice from the Corojo 99 and complimentary filler tobaccos.
300 HANDS Connecticut joins the 300 HANDS Maduro and 300 HANDS Habano with all three blends offered in five sizes, and sold in 10-count bundles.
- Petit Edmundo: 4 3/4 x 52 – $5.99 (Bundles of 10, $59.99)
- Coloniales: 5 1/4 x 44 – $6.19 (Bundles of 10, $61.99)
- Corona Gorda: 5.625 x 46 – $6.29 (Bundles of 10, $62.99)
- Piramides: 6 1/4 x 52 – $6.39 (Bundles of 10, $63.99)
- Churchill: 7 x 48 – $6.49 (Bundles of 10, $64.99)
Release Date: June 28 – July 2, available during trade show hours at Booth #3061 IPCPR 2019
Ship Date(s): August and October 2019
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