Cigar News: 7-20-4 and One13 Collaborate on Limited Edition for Club Humidor

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Club Humidor, San Antonio,TX, home to the boutique brand One13 started by Joe Torres, has teamed up with 7-20-4 Cigar to create an exclusive blend. This 100% Nicaraguan puro features a Habano Jalapa wrapper and binder, and fillers from Condega, Jalapa and Esteli. This blend is presented in the newly re-designed 7-20-4, 1874 series box, and branded with the gothic-style one-13 logo.

The cigar comes in a 6×52 Toro vitola and is priced at $13.00 per cigar or $130 per ten count box. Hailing from the Plasencia factory in Estelí, Nicaragua, there are only 10,000 cigars in production, and 3,000 currently available for purchase, exclusively at Club Humidor.

“7-20-4, 1874, One13- That’s a lot of numbers!” says Kurt Kendall, owner of 7-20-4 Cigar. Each cigar sports a sleek One-13 foot band setting it apart from the original 1874 series. Kendall says this blend is something to look forward to and expresses his enthusiasm for One13’s incorporation of his vintage 1874 series.

This limited release will initially be available only at Club Humidor’s five locations. Visit Club Humidor’s flagship location in San Antonio, TX, or any of their five locations on Friday, November 13th for the grand release.

Although this limited release will initially be available only at Club Humidor, the future regarding the allocation of the remaining product is uncertain. Kendall and Torres plan for the potential expansion of this limited release, but are not announcing anything yet.

Cigar News: 7-20-4 and One13 Collaborate on Limited Edition for Club Humidor
Aaron LoomisCigar News: 7-20-4 and One13 Collaborate on Limited Edition for Club Humidor

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