Situated just between mainstays Perdomo, Alec Bradley, and J.C. Newman at this year’s PCA trade show lied freshman brand Casa 1910, a Mexican-based company out of the Veracruz region.
The company prides itself on its Mexican heritage, being named for the first year of the Mexican Revolution. Additionally, their debut brand, Cuchillo Parado, is named for the northern town where the first battle of the Revolution took place.
This cigar will launch in a singular 5″ x 50 robusto format, making use of five different San Andrés leaves throughout the binder and filler (all aged a minimum of five years) and a three-year-aged Mexican Sumatra wrapper. The puro blend is aged an additional six months after being rolled. The cigars are priced at $15 MSRP and are described as mellow, creamy, and approachable to both newcomers and veteran enthusiasts alike.