Mombacho announced the arrival of their first vintage line made of only Nicaraguan tobaccos dating back to 2012: Cosecha 2012.

Master blender, Claudio Sgroi, started working with the best Nicaraguan tobaccos from 2012, the line is indeed created by using tobaccos from that year.

The new cigar comes in a Toro size (with a pig tail finish), measuring 52 x 152 mm. It will be available in 10 count boxes limited to 500 units, sold at $21,95.

Mombacho mentioned that the Cosecha 2012 is the first in a series of releases. They are already working on the versions for 2013, 2014, and 2105 utilizing the best selected tobaccos from each year and aging them in the aging room of Casa Favilli, their factors in Granada.

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