The cigars are named after the Cimarron regions of the U.S., where Radhames “Ram” Rodriguez, President of El Artista USA, became familiar in his youth—
Cimarron consists of three cigars: two intended for the U.S., and a third to be distributed in the European market. The U.S. blends consist of a Connecticut-style blend and a Mexican maduro. Each cigar uses a multi-country blend, including a “T-13 Hybrid” developed by Radhames Rodriguez. The cigars are then bound in a Dominican Negrito leaf that has been grown on El Artista’s own farms near Tabmboril.
Cimarron has been rolled in three sizes for each blend, with prices beginning at $7.20 SRP. The medium-plus-bodied blends will make their debut at next week’s IPCPR 2018 trade show in Las Vegas.
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