2012 Summer Releases for Primer Mundo Cigar Company


Atlanta, GA — June 6, 2012

Primer Mundo Cigar Company is excited to announce the release of two new cigar lines coming this summer to add to the existing family of El Primer Mundo Cigars.  The first of which is the Clase Reserva, which is the third cigar that EPM is making at El Titan de Bronze on Calle Ocho in Miami.  The Clase Reserva will be banded with the classic globe and medallions as the Liga Miami, Epifania and the three core lines made in Nicaragua with Plasencia Cigars.  The line will be a limited run of 1200 boxes with 12 cigars per box.  Clase Reserva will only be available in a 6×52 toro size with a San Andres wrapper and Nicaraguan binder & filler and is a rich full-body smoke.

              The second release this summer will be La Hermandad, which represents a real departure from what has been the classic line-up from EPM over the last 5 years.  The cigar is being made in the Dominican Republic and has a Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and filler.  La Hermandad is the fullest cigar done by EPM to date and will have a distinctly different theme in logo and branding.  Both cigars will be available for the IPCPR convention in August.  With the Clase Reserva and La Hermandad EPM is bringing out two maduro cigars in the same season.  The only maduro ever made by EPM prior to this was the Red Label which was the very first cigar ever put out by Sean Williams and EPM back in 2006.  The company is excited to add these offerings to the mix providing even more full body options for their retailers and consumers who have shown great support for the brand over the last 5 years.

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