20 Acre Farm Cigars

Date: 03/22/22 Category:

A complex and medium-bodied cigar with super oaky and cedary notes accompanied by a whisper of white pepper and a bright hint of citrus, 20 Acre Farm is built using a velvety Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade Grown wrapper, a Sun Grown Habano binder, and a filler blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Estelí and Jalapa blended with the opulent and majestic Florida Sun Grown leaf, which is humbly and lovingly grown one harvest at a time by Jeff Borysiewicz on a pristine 20-acre plot of land near the Central Florida town of Clermont.

A daring entrepreneur who established Corona Cigar Co. in 1996, Borysiewicz began cultivating tobacco on his small farm in 2013 with the hopes of reviving The Sunshine State’s historic legacy of cigar tobacco growing, which had ended in 1977.

Available to all premium cigar retailers nationwide beginning in early December, the ultra-premium 20 Acre Farm cigars will be available in beautiful 20-count boxes and will be introduced in three vitolas: Toro (6 x 52), with an MSRP of $13.40/cigar or $268/box; Robusto (5 ¼ x 54), with an MSRP of $12.40/cigar or $248/box; and Gordito (6 x 60), with an MSRP of $15.40/cigar or $308/box.