Cigars 77 available in Sweden. The Swiss cigar brand and the Swedish distributor PZ I Malmö AB signed a distribution agreement for the Costa Rican made cigars. This news comes shortly after the distribution news for the United Kingdom. For the United Kingdom Cigars 77, the brand owner Laurent Taha is working with former Habanos sommelier Mike Choi and his boutique smokes company.
The cigars for Cigare 77 are made in Costa Rica. Laurent Taha picked the name because of his birthday, January 1st, 1977 and launched the brand on July 7, 2014. He created the cigar with the help of Marc Niehaus from Vegas de Santiago. Vegas de Santiago is responsible for the production of the cigar.
Skull 77 is available in Switzerland, Germany, and in the United States, next to the new additions Sweden and the United Kingdom. The logo was designed by Taha. His friend and artist Claudio Capuano helped Taha to redesign the logo to its current look. There are three sizes available for now. But Taha informed Ministry of Cigars that he’s working on a fourth vitola. The wrapper is Habano 2000 from Ecuador. The other tobaccos come from Peru, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. The blend varies for each size, with differences in either volado or ligero.
The three sizes available are El Niño. , aka the kid or the child. That is a short yet fat cigar. The length is only 31/2inch but with a 58 ring. The El Unico measures 5½x58. And finally, there is the 6×66 El Diablo. That last one plays with the number of the beast, 666, and the name of the devil.