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PDR Celebrates 10 Years with Special Cigar

Gregory Mottola
Posted: May 20, 2014

It's been a decade since PDR produced its first cigars in the Dominican Republic, and brand owner Abe Flores, along with his partner Luis Rodriguez, have marked the occasion with the Flores y Rodriguez Reserva Limitada.

Made at the PDR Cigars Factory in the Dominican Republic, the new brand will debut this summer at the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers trade show in Las Vegas.

The cigar is rolled with an Ecuador Havana wrapper, olor binder and a filler blend of Dominican piloto and Nicaraguan tobacco from the Jalapa Valley. It comes in three sizes: Robusto at 5 inches by 52 ring; Grand Toro at 6 by 54; and Wide Churchill at 5 1/8 by 58. The cigars are set to retail for $9, $10 and $11, respectively.

Cigars produced by PDR have performed well in both Cigar Aficionado and Cigar Insider tastings. Click here to read more PDR ratings and tasting notes.

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Comments   5 comment(s) May 20, 2014 5:22pm ET

Well at least they didn't blatantly copy anyone with their band

Guy Buscema — Calvisson, Gard, France,  —  May 22, 2014 9:51am ET

Dear sirs,
Even with the CHEAP copy of a Cuban Cigar, It will not make the Cigar P.D.R. taste any better.

Kevin Shah — Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia,  —  May 22, 2014 10:54am ET

wow...just from looking at the picture I immediately thought Ramon Allones was launching a new cigar before I read the article! May 28, 2014 9:53pm ET

Gentleman, you are deadly wrong about PDR cigars. Thanks god, they are not expensive, so far, but they are extremely well tasted cigars. I have recently bought the boxes of Oscuro and Reserva Limitada. I do it rarely and only when the cigar deserves it, not to mention the exceptional price.

Guy Buscema — Calvisson, Gard, France,  —  June 2, 2014 1:00pm ET

I'm not saying If the P.D.A.'s are bad or good,What I'm saying Is that they should stop
copying and do things on their own ,for once,
Instead of useing Cuban names just to sell.

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