“The company announced today that it will release five new premium cigars in 2017 and 2018, with a minimum retail price of $1,499, in the U.S. The cigars will be available for the first time through the company’s Cigar Warehouse online store.”
“The cigars will also be available in select markets in the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Brazil and South Korea.”
There’s still no word on the price, which is $1.49 more than a traditional cigar.
“These new premium cigar releases are a direct response to our customers asking for premium cigars at affordable prices,” said Michael Gough, President and CEO of the Cigar Group.
“We have made a commitment to deliver cigars that our customers have come to expect and we are pleased to have been able to deliver this new product line in 2017.”
Gough also noted that the cigars will come with a free “Cigar Master” coupon, which allows the user to select their preferred brand and receive a free $50 gift card.
Goug said that the cigar sales will be capped at 50,000 cigars per year, but added that they are “very confident” in the company and the cigars that they will produce.
This is the first year that cigars will have a price point.
It’s a bit surprising to see that the company has decided to introduce premium cigars as opposed to just regular cigars, given that it had previously announced a price cap of $5 per cigar.
It’s also worth noting that the average cigar is about $50.
The price of cigars is also not necessarily a measure of a cigar’s quality.
Cigars with the premium tag typically come in a range of sizes and are lighter than regular cigars.
The premium cigars are made from premium, high-quality Cuban and Dominican tobaccos, which are aged for a minimum of three years before they are packed and sold.
They are made to be “smooth, balanced and balanced.”
The cigars are also available in a limited number of sizes, including the 50 gram, 60 gram, 100 gram, and 200 gram cigars.