JC Newman releases Havana Q. A new value brand cigar from the oldest, still functioning, family-owned cigar company in the United States. And probably even the world. According to J.C. Newman, the Havana Q is a cousin of the famous bundle cigar Quorum.
The new Havana Q comes in four sizes. A 7×52 Double Churchill, 6×54 Double Toro, 5×56 Double Robusto, and a 6×60 Double Grande. Just as the Quorum, Havana Q comes from the skillful hands of cigar rollers in Esteli, Nicaragua. J.C. Newman has its PENSA factory in the capital of premium cigars.
The wrapper is genuine Havana-seed grown by the Oliva family. The farm is on the alluvial plains at the foot of the Cotuguay Mountains in the renowned Guayas tobacco-growing region of Ecuador. The special soil and climate there are comparable to the famed Vinales Valley in the Pinar del Rio province in Cuba. The binder and filler are Nicaraguan.
Essence of Cuba
“We want to bring the essence of Cuba to consumers without breaking the bank,” saysDrew Newman. “With larger sizes and convenient humibag packaging, all varieties of smokers will find something they like in Havana Q.” The cigars are available as single sticks or in resealable humidor bags of 20 cigars.
At the moment, there is no mention of an international release. It looks like that, for now, the cigars are only available to select American retailers. But considering the renewed focus of J.C. Newman for the international markets, we expect that JC Newman releases the Havana Q internationally soon enough.