La Flor Dominicana to introduce new items at IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas this year.
Coral Gables, FL July 3rd, 2013 – La Flor Dominicana will introduce the following items at this year’s IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas, July 13 – 17.
Factory Press Limitado – We’ve aged and set aside the darkest Sumatra wrappers we could find for the 2nd installment of this special release. Combined with a Nicaraguan binder and our estate grown Dominican fillers, this cigar provides a rich and powerful flavor worthy of its prestigious name.
Chapter 1 – The brainchild of Antonio Gomez, this box pressed Chisel is the first of its kind. In the words of Litto Gomez: “He made it fatter, and he flattened it.” It is adorned with a high priming Brazilian Oscuro wrapper and combined with a Connecticut Broadleaf binder and our estate grown Dominican fillers resulting in the fullest bodied Chisel to date!
Double Ligero “A” Collector’s Edition – First released in 2007, the Double Ligero “A” has become a subject of lore only to be found in the humidors of determined cigar collectors around the world. This will be the first time that the “A” size has been rolled in our factory since 2008. This 47×9 Special Edition combines a Ligero Sumatra wrapper with fillers and binder from our farm in the Dominican Republic. The box is a tribute to our completed factory expansion and is artistically adorned with its image.
Tubos – Three of the LFD blends you’ve come to know and love over the years will now be available in tubes for the first time! Two sizes each of the Ligero, Air Bender, and Suave lines will now be available in 10 count boxes, each with their own beautifully designed tube.
Other Highlights at the LFD booth will include an addition to the Double Ligero line. This full bodied beast weighs in at 8×54. The 2013 Vintage of the Litto Gomez Diez will make their debut to authorized LG retailers. Also, we will have the Factory Press IV available in a chest of 10 trays of 12 cigars – the fourth in the series of highly acclaimed Factory Press cigars by La Flor Dominicana. The tobaccos used to construct these wonderful cigars are from special small crops that have been retained and aging for use in this very limited production.