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Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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Studio Tobac Limited Edition Cigar Sampler

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Cigar samplers are a good way to add some variety to your collection in one quick swoop. One new cigar sampler is on the way from Studio Tobac, a research and design group from the Oliva family. Studio Tobac's supposed aim is to add innovation and excitement to fans of the cigar industry, and one way in which they will do so is via their new sampler.

The Studio Tobac Limited Edition Cigar Sampler will be available sometime in 2011 and will contain six cigars. The main twist with the sampler is that you will only be able to get it as a gift with purchase at official Studio Tobac World Tour events. The tour events will be held across the United States and in certain European locations. Not only will the sampler be hard to get your hands on, but so will the cigars themselves. Each of the six cigars slated for the sampler will not be available for regular sale. In other words, you must attend the tour events. Studio Tobac instituted this exclusivity to promote the tour, and it's pretty clever.

The lineup of the six cigars set to be included in the Limited Edition Cigar Sampler is as follows:

Cain F Lancero – A 7 x 38 classic Lancero that will be one of the few Lanceros to ever come in an aluminum tube.

Cain FF Torpedo 654 – A 6 x 54 Torpedo that exceeds the traditional Cain F in strength.

Cain Daytona Short Robusto - A 4 ½ x 50 cigar with Ligero tobacco from the Jalapa Valley.

Nub Habano Perfecto – A 4 ½ x 60 Perfecto that is a half-inch longer than any other Nub offering.

Nub San Andreas Maduro – A 4 x 64 Parejo with a Mexican San Andreas wrapper.

ST/DS-001 – A 6 x 54 prototype cigar of a future Studio Tobac release that is full-bodied.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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0 # housewifePaula Maxwell 2013-11-05 00:09
I used to buy teamo cigars for my husband every payday now I cannot find them anywhere . Are still making them I would very much like to know. Thank You

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