Gran Habano Announces Corojo No. 7

Gran Habano is proud to announce the highly anticipated release of their new Corojo No. 7 cigar blend. This new blend has been in development for several years and is finally ready to make its debut to the world.

The Corojo No. 7 is a stronger blend compared to the original Corojo No. 5, offering a bolder and more flavorful smoking experience. The blend features a dark and oily Corojo wrapper grown in the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua, with a combination of premium Nicaraguan fillers, and a Nicaraguan binder.

Gran Habano will be producing 1000 limited-edition, 10-count leather cases to celebrate the release. “Unfortunately, due to the limited supply of tobacco leaves available for this blend, we can only produce about 16,000 cigars per year”, said George Rico, President of Gran Habano Cigars. 

“We are thrilled to finally release the Corojo No. 7 blend to our loyal customers and cigar enthusiasts around the world. This blend has been a labor of love, and we are confident that it will exceed expectations.”

The Gran Habano Corojo No. 7 cigars will be available at select tobacconists starting in January 2024.

Strength: Full-body
Wrapper: Corojo, Nicaragua
Binder: Corojo, Nicaragua
Filler: Corojo, Nicaragua
Country of Origin: Honduras
Factory: Gran Habano Honduras
Sizes: 6 x 54


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