IPCPR 2015 MARGARITAVILLE BY CAO

MARGARITAVILLE BY CAO

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General Cigar is proud to announce the debut of “Margaritaville,” a duo of new brands debuting under the CAO portfolio.

 

Alan Willner, vice president of marketing for General Cigar said, “Margaritaville is a blockbuster brand, one that aligns perfectly with the cool, laid back vibe of CAO. This strategic addition to our portfolio is a natural fit for CAO and paves the way for more exciting collaborations in the future.”

 

Margaritaville Cigars

The allure of palm trees, cocktails and lazy days spent relaxing on the beach are just a light away with CAO’s new Margaritaville line.

A cool new addition to the Flavours collection, Margaritaville is a piña colada-flavored cigar available in a Petit Corona and Corona size. Featuring a Cameroon-wrapped blend of Dominican tobacco, an escape to an island paradise is just a light away.

Margaritaville cigars will hit retail in October. The Corona size will be packed in 20-count boxes, while a box of Petit Coronas will contain 25 cigars.

Margaritaville Corona 5.25 x 42 – SPR per cigar $6.99

Margaritaville Petit Corona 4 x 40 – SPR per cigar $5.49

 

Havana Daydreamin’

CAO is keeping the carefree spirit of summer alive all year long with Havana Daydreamin,’ a new premium smoke that’s also making its debut as part of the brand’s Margaritaville series.

Havana Daydreamin’ offers a smooth and flavorful escape from the everyday, with a blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos topped with a silky, golden-hued Ecuadoran Connecticut wrapper. A mild-to-medium-bodied offering, Havana Daydreamin’ delivers notes of toasted spice and is the ideal complement to any tropical daydream.

Havana Daydreamin’ will debut at retail in October, with three cigars. Each will be packaged in boxes containing 20 cigars.

Havana Daydreamin’ Torpedo 6.25 x 52 – SRP per cigar $7.99

Havana Daydreamin’ Toro 6.5 x 50 – SRP per cigar $7.49

Havana Daydreamin’ Robusto 5 x 50 – SRP per cigar $6.99

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