God of Fire Adds to Sencillo Brand

David Savona
Posted: September 7, 2010

God of Fire has expanded its Honduran-made Sencillo line by adding a six inch long, 60 ring gauge cigar known as a Gigante.

Sencillo (pronounced sehn-SEE-yoh) is a Spanish word meaning simple, and the cigars come adorned with subdued gray and white bands bearing a scripted S, packed in unadorned wooden boxes. The Gigante, like all Sencillos, is made in Danlí, Honduras, by Tabacos Rancho Jamastran, the maker of Camacho cigars. The cigars are puros made entirely of Honduran tobacco.

The Gigante has a suggested retail price of $8.95. Its addition to the line brings the Sencillo brand to five sizes.

For more on the new releases from God of Fire, see today's Cigar Insider .

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