Humidor Trilogy From Oliva And Elie Bleu
Oliva Cigar Co. and Elie Bleu have teamed up to create a trio of fine humidors, each depicting something pertinent to Oliva’s history. The humidors will be released annually, each in a different style, and the first is on display in Las Vegas at the PCA trade show.
The first humidor depicts Oliva’s Tabolisa 1 cigar factory in Nicaragua, created in wood veneers. The lid is orange and tan, almost appearing as if a rectangular cigar band is wrapping the humidor. The sides show the cigar factory, complete with the row of decorative palm trees, in a soothing patina of brown, tan and green.
The release is limited to 123 humidors, each one holding 123 cigars. Prices have yet to be disclosed.
The cigars inside will be:
“Oliva has always been about much more than just cigars,” says Fred Vandermarliere, owner of Oliva. “It is about every aspect of a passion, about how to experience that passion each time again in a way that celebrates the heritage with rekindled joy. To partner up with the best humidor builder in the world is a tribute to what the brand Oliva stands for. I'm happy we launched part one and I'm already looking forward to parts two and three.”
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