100 Years of Dunhill
- July 28, 2008 |
- By David Savona
There's a new Dunhill cigar coming to market this fall — but there won't be many of them. The Dunhill Anniversary Edition, made to celebrate 100 years of the Dunhill cigar brand, will be limited to 20,000 cigars.
The smokes will be made in Nicaragua by the Toraños and distributed by C.A.O. International Inc. of Nashville. The cigars will have a blend much like the Dunhill Signed Range, but should have "a little more finesse and sweetness," said Dunhill brand manager Bruce Lewis.
Lewis hopes to have the cigars by October. For more on the release, and much more on the new cigars coming to market, see tomorrow's Cigar Insider.