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Cigar News: Partagas Releasing First US-Made Cigar at Miami’s Titán De Bronze

Partagas de Bronce boasts Partagas heritage and El Titán de Bronze artistry

This month, Partagas Cigars will release its first collaboration blend, Partagas de Bronce, an exceptional cigar handcrafted in Miami by the Cuban expatriate rollers of the famed El Titán de Bronze Cigar Factory. The spelling of the cigar’s name is derived from the Spanish spelling of “bronce” as a tribute to the origins of Partagas and El Titan de Bronze.

Partagas de Bronce was blended by STG’s Justin Andrews, El Titán’s Sandy Cobas, and her highly-skilled blending team. Made with a Corojo wrapper, Partagas de Bronce is a medium-bodied Nicaraguan puro that brims with nuances of cocoa, earth, wood, hints of citrus and an intriguing creaminess. The result is a cigar that faithfully boasts the iconic heritage of Partagas with the artistry of El Titán de Bronze.

“For a venerable brand like Partagas, collaborating with a legend like Sandy Cobas and creating a special, limited edition cigar at her family-owned factory marks an important step in Partagas’ evolution,” said Partagas brand manager John Hakim.

Partagas de Bronce will be released in only 5,000 boxes of 10 cigars. Each box is also signed by the El Titán de Bronze cigarmaker who crafted them.

Partagas de Bronce Corona Gorda
Size: 6¼” x 46
MSRP/cigar: $22.99 (U.S.)

“Partagas de Bronce highlights Partagas’ devotion to old-world cigarmaking techniques, and its commitment to marching the brand forward through innovation,” added Mr. Hakim. “We look forward to sharing this exceptional blend with cigar lovers across the country.” CA