Jason Dumont coming from Warped Cigars
Jason Dumont coming from Warped Cigars. Proprietary Cigar Company, a subsidiary of Warped Cigars is releasing this three sizes regular production line. The name is not now, as Proprietary Cigar Company released the same cigar and blend as a limited edition Grand Corona before.
The cigars are made at Tabacos Valle de Jalapa. That factory is better known under the name TABSA. It’s the factory from Aganorsa Leaf. It is a factory that Warped Cigars uses for more of its cigars. The cigars are Nicaraguan Puros with a Corojo 99 wrapper. The binder is Criollo 98. The filler is a mixture of both. The vitolas are a 6¾x48 Le Greal, 5×50 Ermitage, and a 5½x42 Rogue. The name comes from the middle names of Warped founder Kyle Jason Gellis and his father’s middle name Dumont. The packaging draws inspiration from the early 20th century.
Proprietary Cigar Company
Warped is using the Proprietary Cigar Company as an experimental subsidiary. Its intention is to create experimental cigars and projects that don’t fit the Warped portfolio. It’s following the idea of Oliva. When Oliva wants out of the box cigars, they house them under their experimental subsidiary Studio Tobac. That’s how the Cain and Nub cigars came to exist. Warped is using Proprietary Cigar Company as such a playground to be able to get creative. Now Jason Dumont coming from Warped Cigars through this construction.
Gillis said: “The cigars themselves are the blends I like to smoke. They represent my palate today. It is a far cry from where I started when I was 18. It seems the further away I get from my original vision, the closer I am to realizing my dream.” The cigars Gillis is referring to are the Warped Little Havana Blend. El Titan de Bronze in Little Havana, Miami rolled those cigars in the late ’00s.
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