La Gloria Cubana has once again empowered its fans to develop a limited-edition blend. Called the La Gloria Cubana Society Cigar II, the expression is named after a group of cigar smokers called the “La Gloria Cubana Society” who frequently interact with the brand online through the LGC website and offline at La Gloria activations across the US.
The La Gloria Cubana Society Cigar II was developed with input from Society Members who are counted among the brand’s most devoted fans across the U.S. They consulted on the blend profile, packaging and size of the cigar in a collaborative process that spanned nearly a year.
“For this, our second ‘Society Cigar,’ we have created a smoking experience that reflects the collective preferences of La Gloria Cubana fans. This special release speaks to what this elite group of smokers currently looks for in a cigar, and we’re proud to bring it to life for them,” said Cory Beardsley, assistant brand manager for La Gloria Cubana.
Handcrafted at the El Credito Cigar Factory in Santiago, Dominican Republic, the La Gloria Society Cigar II is a robust, four-country blend made with a Honduran Habano wrapper and an Ecuadorian Sumatra binder with filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
The blend is available in one size, a toro that’s presented in 10-count, wooden boxes. The cigar will ship in mid-November.
La Gloria Cubana Society Toro (6” x 50); SRP per cigar $12.99