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Crowned Heads Announces Mil Días Maduro

January 18, 2024 By Nicole Tabacco
Open Box of Mil Días Maduro Cigars

Crowned Heads is excited to announce its latest regular production brand release, “Mil Días Maduro,” in partnership with the TacaNicsa factory (Esteli, Nicaragua), the makers of the original Mil Días brand. 

Mil Días Maduro is a three-vitola collection highlighted by a Grade A Dark Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Habano binder, and all-Nicaraguan filler tobaccos from three regions (Viso Jalapa, Ligero Condega, and Seco Ometepe). “Mil Días Maduro is an extension to the original Mil Días brand that we announced back in July of 2020,” explained Crowned Heads co- founder, Jon Huber. “What’s important to note, however, is that the Maduro blend is not simply a re-tread of the original blend where we just swapped the wrapper leaf out. Mil Días Maduro is an all-new blend from the outside to the inside that we felt was worthy of bearing the Mil Días brand name. We began working on the Mil Días Maduro blend with Eradio Pichardo in the summer of 2023. The result is a cigar with a flavor profile that is dense and lush, layered with notes of dark chocolate, baking spices, with excellent structure and a pepper component that is most noticeable on the retro-hale.” Mil Días Maduro will make its global debut at the upcoming Total Product Expo (TPE) trade show to be held January 31-February 2, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Mil Días Maduro will be available in three vitolas: Edmundo (5 3/8 x 52), Sublime (6 x 54), and Topes (4 7/8 x 56). The brand will carry an identical suggested retail price range to the original Mil Días ($10.95-$12.50), and will begin shipping in February 2024.

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