Partagas set July Release Date for Valle Verde

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Partagas Valle Verde, a new, full-time collection that ships on July 1 will debut as the first Partagas blend to be crowned with a Mexican San Andrés leaf.

The line was named after a lush agricultural region called the “Green Valley” where the brand’s wrapper tobacco was grown. Bordering the Gulf of Mexico, the valley has a comparatively cool climate, a prolonged rainy season and a nutrient-rich volcanic soil. There, the region’s growers yield a pristine, light brown wrapper tobacco that is rich and layered. 

Partagas Valle Verde builds on the Partagas tradition of rich, refined blends and calls upon its rich Mexican wrapper to deliver a unique smoking experience to the brand portfolio. It is the ideal choice for cigar enthusiasts who are drawn to well-aged tobaccos.” 

John Hakim, brand manager of Partagas

The intricacy of Partagas Valle Verde comes from the well-aged tobaccos that comprise its blend. Harvested in 2020, the three-year-old-wrapper tobacco opens the smoking experience with a wave of earthiness, offering hints of sweetness and cocoa. True to the blend legacy of Partagas, Valle Verde is made with a sungrown Cameroon binder, harvested for this blend from 2015. The filler features Mexican San Andrés, Nicaraguan Jalapa and Esteli tobaccos from 2020. The result is a fascinating smoke that balances rich, sweet notes with an intriguing spice. 

Partagas Valle Verde will launch with three full-time sizes that are packed in 20-count boxes, and a limited edition, box-pressed Belicoso that comes in a ten-count box. The line is handcrafted in Honduras at HATSA and will be distributed by Forged Cigar Company.

Partagas Valle Verde Robusto (5” x 50); SRP per cigar $7.99

Partagas Valle Verde Toro (6” x52); SRP per cigar $8.49

Partagas Valle Verde Double Corona (7.5” x54); SRP per cigar $9.49

(Limited Edition) Partagas Valle Verde Belicoso (6.5” x 52); SRP per cigar $9.99

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