The Plasencia family tobacco is put on full display for the new Cosecha 149 cigar. Nestor Andrés Plasencia used his vast array of Honduran tobacco to make this cigar and it has paid off immensely. The name comes from the 149th harvest, which happened in 2014, and now the company has turned that tobacco into a 3-size line. The Plasencia Cosecha 149 features a Jamastran binder, a mix of fillers from Jamastran, Talanga, and Olancho, and topped off with a wrapper from Olancho, San Agustin. These tobaccos come together to create a wonderful medium to full-bodied smoke that delivers tons of flavor. They are available in 3 sizes: Santa Fe (4 ¾” x 60), La Vega (5” x 52), and Azacualpa (6” x 52). The Cosecha 149 are made at Plasencias’ Tabacos de Oriente factory located in Honduras. Order yourself a box or two today and add this luxurious smoke to your collection!
Strength: Medium to Full
Wrapper: Honduran (Olancho San Agustin)
Binder: Honduran (Jamastran)
Filler: Honduran (Jamastran, Talanga, Olancho)