Cigar News: White Hat Cigars Reducing Price on H.R. Signature Line

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Effective immediately White Hat Cigars has reduced the price on the H.R. Signature Line of Cigars.

“We are reducing the wholesale price by 35% on 5 of the 6 sizes in the H.R. Signature line. We are incredibly proud of these cigars and want to get them into more hands.” – Spence Drake

The cigars will continue be manufactured at their factory, La Corona in Estelí, Nicaragua by Don Omar González-Alemán.

The “Signature” line of cigars are the Flagship of White Hat’s portfolio. The cigars contains tobacco aged up to 8 years and the cigars themselves are aged for a minimum of one year prior to being released to market. The blend includes fillers from Pennsylvania, Jalapa, and Esteli, a binder from Jalapa, and covered in an exquisite H2000 wrapper from Ecuador.

“Since their release in 2014, I felt these cigars were worth the price tag of ~$20-$35. When I took over the brand in 2016 I was encouraged to reduce the price by a few people in the industry, but I felt the cigars warranted the prices set by the previous distributor. This price reduction should get these cigars in a lot more hands and pay dividends with increased consumer interest in some of our other brands and lines.” – Spence Drake

Corona (5X42) – Box of 16 is now $172.80 or $10.80 each
Hermoso (5.5X48) – box of 20 is now $247.00 or $12.35 each
Belicoso (5.5X52) – Box of 20 is now $260.00 or $13.00 each
Toro (6X52) – Box of 20 is now $273.00 or $13.65 each
Sublime (6.5X54) – Box of 20 is now $286.00 or $14.30 each
“A” (9.25X47) – Box of 2 is now $45.50 or $22.75 each

Cigar News: White Hat Cigars Reducing Price on H.R. Signature Line
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