Plasencia Cosecha 146 represents over 150 years of tobacco cultivation and knowledge within the many generations of the Plasencia family. Specifically, the name translates to mean "146th Harvest," as the tobaccos used in this special project have been selected from the family's Honduran and Nicaraguan fields in the 2011/2012 season; representing their 146th tobacco harvest.
Rolled in five unique sizes, Plasencia Cosecha 146 showcases Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos from the Plasencia's best growing regions. This includes an oily Honduran wrapper, a select Nicaraguan binder, and fillers of both countries. The cigars favor deep flavor and complexity over strength, offering a medium body and intense nuances of baker's cocoa, oak, sweet cedar, cabinet spices, and raw tobacco.
This is a sophisticated smoking experience built by one of the most acclaimed families in the world of premium cigars. While the profile is complex enough for the connoisseur, its medium body is easily approachable by the casual smoker as well.