General Cigar Company has announced the release of Partagas Decadas 2021. Created to honor Partagas’ founder Ramón Cifuentes, this new release features a unique Brazilian-grown Cameroon wrapper, a first for Partagas.
Matt Wilson, senior brand manager of Partagas said, “Partagas Decadas 2021 was created for cigar connoisseurs who seek extraordinary smoking experiences. The blend was developed to deepen the intrigue of our proprietary, Brazilian grown Cameroon wrapper and delivers the ultimate super premium indulgence. This is a smoke that the true cigar lover should seek to add to their collection.”
Partagas Decadas 2021 features a Cameroon wrapper grown in Brazil’s fertile Bahia region. The super-premium offering boasts a blend of proprietary tobaccos from various Nicaraguan growing regions including Ometepe, Esteli and Nicaraguan Jalapa, and is layered with a rich Dominican Piloto Cubano. A Connecticut Havano binder completes the blend.
Developed to optimize the tobaccos that comprise Partagas Decadas 2021, the blend will be released in a single size. Handcrafted according to the standards set forth by Ramón Cifuentes, the 6” x 52 cigar called Toro will sell for $17.99 per cigar. Presented in individual coffins encased in ten-count boxes, Partagas Decadas 2021 is handcrafted by artisans at General Cigar Dominicana in Santiago, D.R. The brand is rolling out at cigar shops throughout November, 2021.