Plasencia Cosecha 149 Cigars are named for the family’s 149th harvest—that’s cosecha in Spanish—and this particular harvest is from 2014. Do the math and you’ve got some real fully-aged leaf humming throughout what could be called an all-Honduran tobacco showcase. Starting with a darkish Olancho Criollo wrapper from San Agustin, below that you’ll find a Jamastran Corojo binder along with Talanga and Olancho Criollo, and more Jamastran Corojo. Produced in only three sizes, Santa Fe (4¾”x 60), La Vega (5”x52), and a Azacualpa (6”x52), each vitola is presented in boxes of 10 cigars. Medium to full in body, Plasencia rides again with these stunning puros that sizzle with rich Honduran spice at a pretty reasonable price. Order your box soon, because these move fast.