The story of Plasencia Cigars starts, as so many other cigar stories, in Cuba during the 1800s. It’s a story of a fifth-generation family business that is one of the most respected on the scene. It’s a story of hardship, two revolutions, a disastrous mold attack, but also of persistence, conviction and innovation.
The Plasencia brothers Gustavo, Nestor Junior and José Luis in an interview with Cigar Journal.
Altadis U.S.A. announced a national distribution expansion of the latest extension of the Montecristo Epic portfolio: Montecristo Epic Craft Cured.
Plasencia showcased the new Alma del Campo, the second of five cigars that make up the company’s flagship Alma Series it the 2017 IPCPR trade show.
Social responsibility is a growing trend in the cigar world. At Plasencia Cigars the mental and physical well-being of its employees and their families is a high priority.
Cigar Golf Club, a company that offers cigars for golfers, has launched in the USA. Cigar Golf Club is associated with Plasencia Cigars and aims to build an exclusive brand of cigars for golfers worldwide.
The 90 visitors this evening were treated to an Alma Fuerte, a cigar made of 100 percent Nicaraguan tobacco, paired up with two glasses of Glenfiddich, the 14 Year Bourbon Barrel and the 15 Year Solera.
Agricultural engineer Nestor Plasencia Jr., managing the company in its fifth generation, was a pioneer in terms of organically cultivated tobacco and has invested a lot of time and money in this sympathetic project. The result is a perfectly manufactured, medium-bodied, harmonious cigar …