September 20, 2013 (Miami, Fla.) — Ultra boutique manufacturer Crémo Cigars releases its third blend, the Capa Caliente. The Capa Caliente features a luscious Ecuadorian Dark Habano Wrapper over a Nicaraguan Binder and sumptuous blend of perfectly aged Dominican and Nicaraguan Filler. The Capa Caliente takes the traditional Crémo Classic blend, originally blended by famed Master Blender Willy Herrera (now of Drew Estate), to another level by offering a full bodied and full flavored smoking experience with enticing elements of espresso and cocoa from the unique dark Habano wrapper.
The Capa Caliente will be released in two vitola’s, a 5 x 50 Robusto ($8.00 MSRP) and a 6 x 52 Toro ($12.00 MSRP). Like all Crémo Cigars, the Capa Caliente is made exclusively at the world renowned El Titan de Bronze factory located in Miami’s famed Calle Ocho neighborhood. A commitment to American production and a rich American history are hallmarks of the Crémo brand.
Under the watchful eyes of factory owner Sandy Cobas, and using the best level 9 rollers, Crémo Cigars are rolled in small batches using the old Cuban entubado style where each filler tobacco leaf is individually rolled, and then bunched, allowing the use of more tobacco. The entubado style allows provides for more flavor and a superior draw. The cigars are then finished with a traditional triple cap head.
With the revival of Crémo, the tradition continues with taste and quality as well as class.
With the release of Capa Caliente, Crémo Cigars takes it to the next level for the discerning aficionado.
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