FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 23, 2019
J.C. Newman Cigar Company, the manufacturer of the popular Brick House cigar, is excited to announce the limited-edition Brick House ‘Ciento por Ciento’ is arriving to TAA retailers this week.
Handcrafted in J.C. Newman’s Nicaraguan factory, Puros de Estelí Nicaragua, S.A. (J.C. Newman PENSA), Ciento por Ciento only uses tobaccos grown in the rich, volcanic soils of Nicaragua. It is the first Nicaraguan puro blend in the Brick House line, hence the name, which means 100% in Spanish. The wrapper is a Habana-seed, corojo leaf grown in the Jalapa Valley which encloses binder and filler from three of Nicaragua’s mountainous regions.
The Ciento por Ciento was made available to TAA retailers at their annual conference in April and was limited to 500 boxes for pre-order. It has officially shipped and will be arriving to retailers this week. The cigar is 6¼” x 54 and was sold in boxes of 25.
To find participating TAA retailers, visit the J.C. Newman blog atwww.jcnewman.com/brick-house-ciento-por-ciento/
About J.C. Newman Cigar Co.
Founded in 1895 by Julius Caeser Newman, J.C. Newman Cigar Company is the oldest family-owned premium cigar maker in America. J.C. Newman rolls its El Reloj, Factory Throwouts, and Trader Jacks cigars by hand-operated, vintage cigar machines at its historic cigar factory in Tampa, Florida. It also hand rolls its Brick House, Perla del Mar, El Baton, and Quorum cigars at the J.C. Newman PENSA cigar factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. J.C. Newman’s Diamond Crown, MAXIMUS, Julius Caeser, and Black Diamond cigars are handmade by Tabacalera A. Fuente in the Dominican Republic. With its longtime partners the Fuente family, the Newmans founded the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation, which supports low-income families in the Dominican Republic with education, health care, vocational training, and clean water.
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