Upper Realm From Warped Arriving Next Month
A large case of cigars called Upper Realm from Warped will be shipping to retailers next month and it contains 200 smokes made entirely of Aganorsa Leaf Nicaraguan tobacco that the company says is supposed to represent the growing regions of Nicaragua.
“The blend is deliberately transitional, and clearly showcases each individual region,” says brand owner Kyle Gellis. “This is the first time we are using so much Estelí and Criollo material, and it celebrates the essential raw power of Nicaragua and the Estelí region.”
Upper Realm a smaller, single-size smoke that measures 5 inches by 48 ring gauge, was blended to be medium-to-full in body. Gellis says it delivers “a powerful, primal taste.” The cigar is made with a Corojo ’99 wrapper from Jalapa; a Corojo 2012 binder from Estelí; and a filler blend that consists of 50 percent Criollo ’98 from Estelí, 40 percent Corojo ’99 from Jalapa and 10 percent Corojo ’99 from Condega.
Upper Realm is produced in Nicaragua at the Aganorsa Leaf factory and will have a suggested retail price of $12.50 per cigar or $2,500 per 200-count case. Only 250 numbered cases are being released.
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