With hefty cigars and massive diameters quite common in the market, Perdomo Cigars will be releasing Inmenso Seventy, a line of smokes all made in a thickness of 70 ring gauge.
Inmensos were first introduced in the early 2000s, but subsequently discontinued. This May, the brand is returning and will be offered in both Sun Grown and Maduro wrappers. Despite the sheer girth of these cigars, all three sizes are set to retail for less than $10: Robusto, measuring 5 inches by 70 ring gauge ($6.25); Epicure, 6 by 70 ($7.25); and Churchill, 7 by 70 ($8.25).
“The 70 ring gauge Inmenso cigars we made in the early 2000s were considered enormous back in the day,” brand owner Nick Perdomo, Jr. said. “Today, 70 ring gauge cigars have become more than a trend and are some of the industry’s most popular sizes amongst experienced smokers.”
The cigars consist entirely of Cuban-seed tobaccos that were grown in Nicaragua and have, according to Perdomo, been aged five years. The company stated that the Sun Grown line is medium-bodied, whereas the Maduro line is medium- to full-bodied.
Made at Tabacalera Perdomo S.A. in Nicaragua, Inmenso Seventy will ship in boxes of 16.