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London-Based Cuban Cigar Expert Launches Inca Perivian Puros

- Smokes Magazine/Vol 2/No.2


London-Based Cuban Cigar Expert Launches Inca Perivian Puros


If there's any doubt that the global marketplace for premium cigars continues to evolve beyond Cuban cigars, consider London-based Mitchell Orchant's latest project, a Peruvian puro named Inca Secret Blend. Orchant has been smoking Cuban cigars since he first snagged one from his father's humidor at age 15, and it's been a self-professed love affair with Habanos ever since.



When he joined his family business, he was tasked with overseeing premium vintage cigars, and today C.Gars Limited is a top trader in rare and aged Habanos. The business started strictly as an web-based operation, but the company also owns ten premium tobacco shops throughout England, from London to Liverpool, Chester, Cambridge, Glasgow and Edinburgh.



Orchant has also taken his passion for fine cigars to a new level, developing unique blends utilizing non-Cuban tobaccos. His latest project was three years in the making, developing a premium, age-leaf "International version" blend of his Inka all-Peruvian tobacco cigars, which became his top selling non-Cuban cigar in the mid-range market in Europe.



The first 500-box batch of his premium Inca Secret Blend cigars recently launched in the U.S, sporting a different spelling and tapping an entirely different blend than the existing European version that Orchant describes as having plenty natural sweetness, but not blow-out strength. Produced at Tabacalera del Oriente in Tarapoto, Peru. In the San Martin Provence, the series debuted in two sizes for the inaugural release; Tambo (6 X 50), retailing for $9.50 per stick before taxes, and Imperio (6 X 60), $10.25 each, with a comprehensive range of additional sizes on the way. Adding to mystique is the unique, temple like box design.



- Smokes Magazine/Vol 2/No.2
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