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Joya turns 50
50 years is a long time. You don’t believe me? Let’s journey back to 1968 – the year the oldest cigar factory in Nicaragua was established. The Beatles were still a band, the legal drinking age was 18, gas was 34 cents, and the internet wasn’t even a thing. While all this has changed, Joya de Nicaragua has been perfecting the craft of premium handmade cigars. 50 years of accumulated knowledge, experience, and resilience all come full circle with the Joya de Nicaragua Cinco Decadas.
This cigar celebrates an impressive milestone, so the Joya team worked tirelessly to create a Nicaraguan cigar of unparalleled elegance. The blend has not been disclosed but we do know it’s a medium to full-bodied Nicaraguan puro made exclusively with the companies best extra-vintage leaves. Cinco Decadas was originally rolled up in two specially selected sizes – the Diadema and El General - the first sizes ever rolled at the factory. The Funadador was created to exhibit the best possible tobacco for this blend, and pays tribute to the founders of Joya de Nicaragua. Quantities of these special cigars are very limited, and it's only a matter of time before they're gone. Grab a box today, and toast to 50 years with some of the best tobacco on the planet.
For a limited time, with qualifying box purchases of Joya de Nicaragua Cigars, you can score a FREE Joya de Nicaragua Copper Toro 5-pack of cigars (worth $36)!!
This Copper is pure gold.
Joya de Nicaragua has come along way since its creation in Nicaragua’s first cigar factory in 1964. More than 50 years after its inception, JdN is still the first choice for true connoisseur looking for a powerhouse stick. Now Joya de Nicaragua is adding a new horse to their stable of high strength handmades, the Joya de Nicaragua Copper!
The Joya de Nicaragua Copper joins the Red, Black, and Silver as their newest colored release, and has flavors reminiscent of the flagship Antano 1970. Those who have enjoyed this blend know that it’s a supercharged Nicaraguan Puro with a spicy and delicious profile carrying quite a bit of strength. The Copper is just a bit more toned-down than that, exhibiting a medium-bodied flavor profile of wood, leather, and espresso, with a bit less spice than the 1970. Of course, they’re all made with JdN’s commitment to quality, and they’re sure to put a smile on your face when you light up and blow the first puffs. Grab a box today, and pair it with your favorite heavy after-dinner libations!