„The BLEND“ Exclusive Salomones

Blend Bar with Davidoff Cigars announced today the launch of its first branded premium cigar, The BLEND Exclusive Salomones.

Info The BLEND:
Wrapper: five-year-old Ecuadorian 702 tobacco
Binder: Dominican Republic San Vicente Mejorado seco
Filler: San Vicente Mejorado seco, San Vicente visus, Piloto visus and seco, Yamasá visus – all from Dom. Rep.
Vitola: Salomones, 8 1/2 x 57
Packaging: red lacquered boxes of 10 cigars
Price: $95 per cigar and $950 per box
Availability: limited to 1,000 boxes

The cigars are available exclusively at the BLEND Bar in Indianapolis, Nashville, Pittsburgh, and The Woodlands, Texas.

Commenting on the launch, Corey Johnston, Co-Founder, stated, “This selection of cigars is as unique and distinctive as the award-winning BLEND experience, where luxury is redefined with elegance, class and sophistication. Every detail and aspect of this exclusive cigar was poured over by BLEND and Davidoff professionals to ensure a proper pairing with some of the finest bourbons, whiskeys and scotches in the world which are featured by BLEND. BLEND has been named the Best Cigar Lounge in the World by Cigar Journal and the Best Cigar Lounge in the U.S. by ICONIC Life Magazine. Such accolades deserve a premium cigar for the ages, available only at BLEND stores.”

“To celebrate five years of partnership between BLEND and Davidoff Cigars, this exceptional Salomones shaped cigar has been crafted in honor of the milestone. The BLEND Exclusive has been blended with the elegance and refinement of the BLEND experience in mind – an experience which was recently heralded as the most distinctive setting to enjoy premium cigars, along with fine food and spirits. We look forward to our continued partnership with BLEND, and to sharing the BLEND Exclusive Salomones with their discerning aficionados,” states Dylan Austin, President of Davidoff of Geneva Americas.

She learned her journalistic skills from scratch at a regional daily newspaper, for which she wrote articles for many years. Through working for the magazine Der Spiegel in Rome she had the opportunity to increase her professional knowledge in the field of media. Katja studied art history and Romance studies in Heidelberg, Palermo and Rome and, during the course of her studies, spent many years in Italy. The country was her teacher in things related to pleasure and lifestyle. She has been working for Cigar Journal since 2004. In 2010 she became editor-in-chief.


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