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First new cigar line in 13 years: 1907 by Dunhill

This spring, Dunhill Tobacco of London Ltd. will be launching its first new cigar line in 13 years: 1907 by Dunhill.

dunhill 1907 by dunhill logo cigar

Photo: Dunhill Tobacco of London Ltd.

The 107-year history of the company is certainly not paved with hastily taken decisions. In 1907, Alfred Dunhill opened his legendary tobacco store in Duke Street, London, but it was not until 1980 that the first cigars carried the name Dunhill on the ring.

Nine years later, the Dunhill Aged line was created, and, not until 2001, the Signed Range. After 107 years, the company is now honoring the memory of its founder.

The new series, manufactured in the Dominican Republic, will initially comprise four Vitolas, packed in simple, gallant boxes of 18.

Two of the formats are completely new for the Dunhill family: the box-pressed Toro and the Rothschild.

The wrappers come from Olancho San Agustin/Honduras; the remaining blend comes from the Dominican Republic (Binder: Olor; Filler: Olor Ligero & Seco; Piloto Cubano Seco & Ligero).

1907 by Dunhill Portfolio

1907 Rothschild
114 x 19 | 4 1⁄2 x 48

1907 Robusto
127 x 20.6 | 5 x 52

1907 Toro Box pressed
152 x 21.4 | 6 x 54

1907 Churchill
178 x 19.5 | 7 x 49

Information:

Dunhill Tobacco of London Ltd.
www.dunhill.com

 

This article was published in the Cigar Journal Spring Edition 2014. Read more

Reinhold C. Widmayer

His journalistic career began in 1979 as a freelancer for German-language newspapers in the US, and later for Austrian media including Die Wochenpresse and Das Wirtschaftsblatt. For ten years he also produced programs for over 60 radio stations around the world. In 1994, Reinhold C. Widmayer devoted himself to all things cigar, publishing technical articles in cigar magazines. He began working for Cigar Journal in 2001 and became editor-in-chief in 2005; under his auspices the journal has established itself as the world’s leading cigar magazine.


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