Gran Habano Announces Blue in Green Cigar


June 17, 2018

Gran Habano Cigars will be showcasing their new Blue in Green cigar at this years IPCPR.  The name of this cigar is a nod to George Rico’s favorite Miles Davis song of the same name. The song is the third tune on Miles Davis’ 1959 album, Kind of Blue.

Blue in Green is rare and vintage Miles Davis, and as such, George Rico, owner of Gran Habano, chose to use selected leaf from the best vintage tobaccos.

Described as a medium body cigar, Gran Habano notes:

“..this Connecticut wrapped cigar embodies the rich nuances of its fillers from the exceptional sunbathed soils of Nicaragua.”

If this cigar is as smooth and cool as the song it is named after, you can expect a pleasurable smoking experience.

The full blend is constructed of:

  • Wrapper – Connecticut
  • Binder – Nicaraguan
  • Filler Nicaraguan

The Blue in Green will be presented in 3 vitolas and packaged in  20-count boxes:

  • Gran Robusto 6 x 54
  • Robusto 5 x 52
  • Churchill 7 x 48

The Blue in Green will be produced at the company’s G.R. Tabacalera Unidas factory in Honduras with pricing set an MSRP of $6.70 – $7.30.

If you are attending the IPCPR, check out the Blue in Green cigar at the Gran Habano booth #2821

About Gran Habano

The legacy of making cigars at Gran Habano continues to be a family affair. Established in Miami, Florida, Guillermo and George Rico, strive for quality in every leaf and cigar in production. Honesty and passion is what compels us to make great cigars, married with a sense of originality being the signature of our company. We look to the future with optimism and a great sense of appreciation for those who have come to know us and our brand.