HVC Unveils Quick Delight with Hot Cake Maduro Half Corona: A Petite Corona Escape
HVC, under the guidance of Reinier Lorenzo, is set to introduce a delightful interlude into its cigar portfolio with the forthcoming release of the HVC Hot Cake Maduro Half Corona. This petite corona, measuring 3 1/2 x 44, is designed to provide enthusiasts with a quick and satisfying break from their routines. Shipping will commence in the upcoming week, allowing aficionados to indulge in this petite corona crafted for moments of relaxation and rejuvenation.
The HVC Hot Cake Maduro Half Corona features a Mexican San Andrés maduro wrapper that envelops a Nicaraguan binder and a blend of fillers sourced from Nicaragua. Priced at $4.80 per cigar, it is available in boxes of 25 cigars, making it an accessible and delightful option for enthusiasts seeking a short yet flavourful smoking experience.
The blend for this new release closely mirrors that of the original Hot Cake Maduro line, with subtle adjustments aimed at enhancing essential elements such as flavour, balance, and a clean finish. HVC’s commitment to elevating the smoking experience is evident in these deliberate modifications.
The Hot Cake Maduro line made its debut in 2020 as a continuation of the Pan Caliente limited edition. Initially, it was identified simply as “Hot Cake.” However, earlier this year, HVC expanded the line with the introduction of the Hot Cake Golden, distinguished by its Ecuadorian Connecticut-seed wrapper. While the line’s initial production took place at Aganorsa in Estelí, Nicaragua, it is now manufactured at HVC’s Fábrica de Tabacos HVC S.A. de Reinier Lorenzo factory, ensuring meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Enthusiasts can anticipate the arrival of the HVC Hot Cake Maduro Half Corona, a petite corona designed for those moments when a brief respite is all that’s needed to savour the rich flavours and craftsmanship that define HVC’s cigars.
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