What was once a limited-edition cigar is now available year-round. ACE Prime’s The Dreamer from its Luciano line is returning to market as a regular-production cigar and retailers can start expecting the cigars this week.
Originally released in September of last year, The Dreamer was limited to a production of only 7,000 boxes but due to a positive customer response, ACE Prime decided to make The Dreamer a permanent part of the portfolio.
Measuring 7 1/2 inches by 38 ring gauge, the long, slender smoke consists of an Ecuador Havana cover leaf, Nicaraguan binder and a mix of filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and Peru. According to the company, the tobaccos used in the cigar are aged for three years and then are aged an additional three months after rolling.
The Dreamer was developed by ACE Prime co-founder Luciano Meirelles in response to hearing lancero smokers complain about tight draws or lanceros mellowing too quickly. The cigars are made in Nicaragua at Tabacalera Pichardo.
Retailing for $15 each, The Dreamer ships in boxes of 15 cigars.
It scored 92 points in the October 27, 2020 issue of Cigar Insider.
Like all ACE Prime Cigars, The Dreamer is distributed by Crowned Heads LLC in the U.S.