A pair of new lines from Lamper Cigars are going to retailers, the Lampert 1675 Edición Morado and the Family Reserve 2022.
Lampert 1675 Edición Morado line uses a Mexican San Andres wrapper, and underneath are Nicaraguan binder and filler which were grown, fermented, then aged for four years by the Ortez family in the Jalapa and Condega valleys. Like the Edición Azul and Rojo, the Edición Morado is produced by the Ortez family at their Fábrica AGROTABACOS in Nicaragua.
The Edición MORADO will initially be available in Robusto (MSRP 14$), and Toro (MSRP 15$) sizes in the US. The Short Robusto will be added later in the year. They are sold in 20-ct boxes.
The Family Reserve 2022 is blended by none other than Hendrik Kelner Jr. and produced at his Kelner Boutique Factory in the Dominican Republic. The limited release uses an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, and underneath is a Dominican binder and filler, which were grown, fermented then aged by the Kelner family in the Dominican Republic. The Family Reserve 2022 cigars will be available in a single Toro shape, sold in 10-ct boxes with a suggested retail price of $18 per cigar.
This production is a limited release of only 7000 cigars which were rolled in 2022. Five hundred fifty boxes of the Family Reserve 2022 will be released in the USA.