Cigar Release: Debonaire House Introduces the Debonaire Daybreak

As the International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association (IPCPR) Convention and Tradeshow gets ready to kick off on July 11th, 2017, cigar manufacturers are beginning to issue press releases for new and updated cigars. Our first post on new releases is the Debonaire Daybreak, a Connecticut shade wrapped cigar. Here’s the press release:

“Debonaire House announced today the release of Daybreak, the third addition of the Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigars lineup. Debonaire Daybreak and the lines new packaging will be displayed in Drew Estate’s booth (Booth #2608) at the IPCPR Convention and Tradeshow held July 11 – 14, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Wrapped in Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade, the Daybreak offers a full flavor version of a Connecticut wrapped cigar and comes into market at a more introductory price. While enjoying Daybreak, smokers can expect crisp notes of spice and earthiness from the Nicaraguan fillers, a nutty and sweet richness from the Dominican tobacco in the binder and filler, and a smooth finish from the Connecticut wrapper.

In addition, Debonaire House announced today their packaging updates to the entire Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigar line, including the Habano, Maduro, and the Daybreak offerings.

Daybreak vitolas include:

  • Debonaire Daybreak Corona (6×46) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $11.53 per cigar
  • Debonaire Daybreak Belicoso (6×54) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $13.25 per cigar
  • Debonaire Daybreak First Degree (4×44) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $6.00 per cigar
  • Debonaire Daybreak Robusto (5×50) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $12.46 per cigar
  • Debonaire Daybreak Sagita-Petite Lancero (5.5×38) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $8.74 per cigar
  • Debonaire Daybreak Toro (6×50) – 20ct box w/ an MSRP of $13.00 per cigar

Phillip S. Zanghi III, owner of Debonaire House, stated while in the factory: ‘I have always wanted to officially produce one of our ultra premium cigars with a higher quality Connecticut wrapper; not just for the sake of producing a Connecticut, but for the sake of having a lighter wrapper option that is very present in the body and flavor expected from a Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigar. Daybreak is the product of those desires and is the beautiful third-addition to the Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigars lineup. Daybreak allows more smokers to connect our product line and invites more people to find their place within the Debonaire Ideal.’ Phillip continues: ‘the box upgrades for Debonaire Ultra Premium Cigars are an exciting addition to this ultra premium line, too! We felt that the cigars warranted a fresh, upgraded idea of packaging; one that is friendlier for the retailer’s shelves and better fits the Debonaire Ideal by design: the constant pursuit of bettering overall.'”

Here are a few photos of the newly released cigar:

Debonaire Daybreak
Debonaire Daybreak

Smokey and I have not had the chance to smoke a Daybreak yet. And even if we did, we wouldn’t write a review about it. Remember, we don’t review cigars here at Cigar Intel!

 

 

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c.gar

c.gar loves all things cigar-related. He typically falls in love with cigars that are discontinued shortly thereafter. His first cigar was a Swisher Sweet with a wood tip. Sadly, these are still in production.

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