Warped Launching New Size of Flor del Valle this Summer
Warped Cigars is adding a new size to its Flor del Valle cigar line. Called Seleccion de Valle, the 6 inch by 52 ring gauge cigar is rolled with a straight-sided body and a slightly tapered head, a shape commonly referred to as a drop head, or a "Conde 109." Seleccion de Valle is set to debut at the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers trade show that starts at the end of June.
According to Warped, Seleccion de Valle is a regular-production cigar. It’s part of the core Flor del Valle line, made with 100 percent Aganorsa tobaccos. The cigar is rolled with a Nicaraguan Jalapa Corojo '99 wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos.
Seleccion de Valle will retail for $12.98 and ship in 20-count boxes. The cigar is made at the Aganorsa Leaf factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
Brand owner Kyle Gellis anticipates that the cigar will begin shipping to retailers in August.
[Note: This story was updated on April 15 to reflect the cigar's name change.]