Crowned Heads have announced their latest installment to their annual Las Calaveras series, Las Calaveras EL 2024, along with a release to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the brand, Las Calaveras Decimo Aniversario. Las Calaveras EL 2024 and Las Calaveras Decimo Aniversario are both manufactured at My Father Cigars, S.A., in Esteli, Nicaragua. Las Calaveras EL 2024 features a blend of 100% Garcia-grown Nicaraguan tobaccos finished with a Habano wrapper.

“When I smoked the final blend for this year’s Las Calaveras, it immediately took me back to the 2015 Las Calaveras profile, which happens to be one of my favorite blends in the series,” commented Crowned Heads co-founder, Jon Huber.

Las Calaveras EL 2024

A total of 1,500 boxes of each of the three vitolas (108,000 cigars) was produced with an additional 3,000 4-cigar samplers featuring one of each vitola along with a sampler exclusive belicoso fino (5 1/2″ x 52). Las Calaveras EL 2024 will have a suggested retail price of $13.95 to $15.95 per cigar. The range is comprised of an LC48 (6″ x 48), LC52 (5″ x 52), and LC54 (6″ x54).

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Las Calaveras Decimo Aniversario is a special limited edition release created to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Las Calaveras, which debuted in 2014. “Las Calaveras has had such a far-reaching impact upon the cigar community over the last decade,” said Huber, “that we felt it only fitting to recognize this milestone of the brand. Decimo is an amazing blend, and we’re so grateful to the Garcia family and My Father Cigars for partnering with us on this tribute, and also for what we’ve created together with the Las Calaveras brand.”

Packaged in 10-count boxes, Las Calaveras Decimo Aniversario is a 6″ x 52 Toro cigar comprised of a blend of Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos, all grown on the farms of the Garcia family, and finished with an Ecuadorian (Habano Oscuro) wrapper. A total of 2,500 boxes were produced. The suggested retail per cigar is set at $18.95.

Las Calaveras Decimo Aniversario

Introduced in 2014, Las Calaveras began as a tribute to those who have passed on in the previous year, and is intended to be a celebration of life and remembrance, as opposed to a mournful symbol of death or loss. Each year, the Las Calaveras band is adorned with the initials of four individuals who’ve passed the prior year, one set of initials embossed upon each of the four coins on the sides of each band.

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