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Perla del Mar Cigars at Mike's Cigars

Perla del Mar
  • Country: Nicaragua
  • Wrapper: Connecticut, Ecuador
  • Binder: Nicaragua
  • Filler: Nicaragua
  • Strength: Medium to Full
  • Rating: 0.0/5based on 0 reviews


 

 

The phrase “Perla Del Mar” translates directly to mean “Pearl of the Sea”. The opulent phrase refers to the discovery of Cuba and its remarkable tobacco.  That discovery was truly a priceless endeavor and now one of the tastiest cigar brands on the market bears the same name.
Perla del Mar first got its start as a Cuban brand and helped spread the cigar trend throughout Europe. Over the years, it is unclear why or how, but the original Cuban Perla Del Mar ceased to exist. In 2012, the brand was brought back to life by the fourth generation of the legendary J.C. Newman Cigar Company.
The J.C. Newman Cigar Co. is the oldest family-owned cigar manufacturer in the United States. In 1895, Julius Caeser Newman founded J.C. Newman Cigar Co. and he rolled cigars in the family barn to sell to the local grocery store.  The operation started out in Cleveland, Ohio but the business was moved to Ybor City, Florida in the 50’s in order to be closer to their supply of Cuban tobacco. 
The Newman family is a cigar icon. They are regarded as pioneers of the industry. In 1932, they were the first to use cellophane to individually wrap each cigar, in order to maintain the quality and freshness of the cigar. J.C. Newman cigars were also the first to use Cameroon tobacco in America, after the Cuban Embargo caused an industry crisis. 
In 2011, the J.C. Newman Cigar Co. opened a factory in Esteli, Nicaragua known as Puros De Esteli Nicaragua S.A., or PENSA for short. The state-of-the-art facility is one of the most eco-friendly in the industry, nearly all its utilities are renewable. Cleanliness and health are priorities at the PENSA factory, which is why there is an on staff doctor and a full-service sanitation team.
The exquisite blend of tobaccos in Perla Del Mar cigars is aged for 3 years before hitting the market. The filler and binder are from four different fertile regions in Nicaragua, including La Reina, Condega, Pueblo Nuevo, and Jalapa. The Perla Del Mar wrapper is Connecticut-seed Ecuadorian tobacco which adds a smooth creaminess to an otherwise robust cigar. This exceptional cigar is sure to please adventurous aficionados with its medium to full-bodied strength.
When Perla Del Mar was released Bobby Newman, Vice President of J.C. Newman, stated “We don’t take new product launches lightly. A lot of time, thought, and effort over the past three years has gone into Perla del Mar”. The proof of their hard work is in how well the cigar was received in the industry. Several national cigar publications rated Perla Del Mar at 90 or above, including Cigars and Spirits Magazine, Cigar Snob, and Cigar Aficionado.
Perla Del Mar is like the precious jewel it is named after, a unique and timeless classic. The Newman family pays homage to the time-honored Cuban pastime of enjoying cigars with this excellent cigar. You can find Perla Del Mar cigars at Mike’s Cigars and you’ll get the best deal for the cigars with us.

The phrase “Perla Del Mar” translates directly to mean “Pearl of the Sea”. The opulent phrase refers to the discovery of Cuba and its remarkable tobacco.  That discovery was truly a priceless endeavor and now one of the tastiest cigar brands on the market bears the same name.

Perla del Mar first got its start as a Cuban brand and helped spread the cigar trend throughout Europe. Over the years, it is unclear why or how, but the original Cuban Perla Del Mar ceased to exist. In 2012, the brand was brought back to life by the fourth generation of the legendary J.C. Newman Cigar Company.

 


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