Date: July 2019
Author: Inspector Z

Condega releases Half Corona Serie S. The Spanish owned Nicaraguan cigar brand released a press release announcing the new size. It’s a 4×44 cigar which comes in a tin. 

A tin of Condega Half Coronas will contain five cigars.

The first cigars should arrive on the shelves of the international Condega partners soon. That includes the latest Condega partners Angola, France, and Jordan, as well as older distribution partners. The brand is available in several European countries.

The Condega Serie S is made in Esteli, Nicaragua. The binder is seco from Jalapa. The fillers are Corojo from Condega and Esteli. The wrapper is also Corojo. The packaging is stylish. Black with the gold and red Condega logo. Very contemporary. The Half Corona will be the 5th size for the line. The other sizes are the 6×60 Titan, 4×60 Mini Titan, 5×52 Robusto, and the 6×52 Magnum 52.

Ministry of Cigars - Condea releases Half Corona Serie S
the new Condega serie S half corona in tins


The brand is taking over Europe by a storm since they decided to go international. Until two years ago, Condega was only available in Spain. But since Gesinta, the mother company decided to export to other countries as well, the brand has been an international success. It’s available in most European countries and in the Middle East. Recently, they added the United Kingdom, France and Jordan to the countries where the brand is available.

All Condega cigars are made at the Aganorsa Leaf factory. The factory is also known as TABSA or Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. That factory is well-known for brands as Casa Fernandez, Warped, Illusione, and many more highly rated lines. Aganorsa Leaf is also a grower of tobacco.

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