Hiram & Solomon Cigars announced today, the release of the Grand Architect. This is a cigar that fills out the company’s portfolio of highly rated premium cigars.
The Grand Architect gets its name from one of the founding principles of Freemasons.
“It is appropriate that a society founded on the principles of architecture, which symbolizes the terms of that science to moral purposes, and whose members profess to be architects of a spiritual temple should view the Divine Being, under whose holy law they are constructing that edifice, as their Master Builder or Great Architect. Sometimes, but less correctly, the title ‘Grand Architect of the Universe’ is found.”
The Grand Architect is a blend of select aged tobacco, including a rare Paraguay leaf that is also present in both the Entered Apprentice and Veiled Prophet and produces an inviting aroma.
- Wrapper – Corojo
- Binder – Seco Habano
- Fillers – Paraguay and 2 types of Nicaraguan Ligero
As with all cigars in the Hiram & Solomon portfolio, the Grand Architect is hand crafted at Plasencia Cigars in Esteli, Nicaragua. It is available in three popular vitolas and comes packaged in 20-count blue lacquered boxes:
- Robusto – 5 x 50
- Toro – 6 x 52
- Gran Toro – 6 x 60
Hiram & Solomon Cigars has set the Grand Architect retail price between $10.00 and $12.00 USD.
The company also noted, they will have the Grand Architect available at this years IPCPR in Las Vegas, NV in late June. If you are attending the 2019 IPCPR, they invite you to preview the Grand Architect at the Hiram & Solomon booth #3864.