La Gianna “Angelic” Adding Something Sweet to the Line

July 19, 2021 By Matthew Tabacco

In 2020 La Gianna Havana celebrated its 25th Anniversary with a little packaging face lift and to start off 2021 a new blend is getting reintroduced to the market. The La Gianna Angelic line was introduced back in 2001 for a short period only to rise again with a more elegant touch.

The Angelic line features a sweetened cap to compliment the soft, rich flavors of the La Gianna blend. The line will feature a thin strip of maduro leaf at the head of the cigar resembling a halo to distinguish the line from the natural blend. Available in five vitolas, the La Gianna Angelic will be presented in a twenty count, white cream slide box to complete the Red (Natural), White (Sweet Tip) & Blue (Maduro) theme of United Cigars.

“We rediscovered the beauty of a delicate kiss of sweetness,” said United Cigars Director of Operations, Oliver Nivaud. “We have the right factory for this production and the Angelic is brilliant.”

La Gianna Havana Angelic

Factory: Agroindustrias Diadema Zona Franca HN Wrapper: Ecuadorian Connecticut

Binder: Honduran Habano Criollo

Filler: Dominican Criollo 98, Aleman Seco, Honduran Criollo 98

Box Count: 20 Cigars

MSRP: Corona $8.00(5 ½ x 44), Robusto $8.00 (5 x 50), Toro $9.00 (6 x 50), Torpedo $9.00 (6 1/8 x 54), Churchill $9.00 (7 x 48).

La Gianna Angelic has already started shipping to retailers and available for leaf lovers looking for a mild-to-medium bodied cigar with immaculate construction.

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