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Jay Z Partners With Cohiba To Launch Comador Cigars

Submitted by on December 19, 2013 – 12:53 pmNo Comment

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Cigar aficionado Shawn Jay-Z Carter has partnered with stylish stogie brand Cohiba Red Dot to create the Comador Cigar collection. Cohiba’s master blenders spent two years developing Comador’s elegant taste in the Dominican Republic.

The Comador Cigar comes in three inceptions. The Comador Toro Box houses seven cigars for $210, the Comador Travel Humidor case houses seven cigars for $350 and is part of his highly-publicized and highly-criticized “New York Holiday” collaboration with Barneys New York. The retail giant offers a Cedar-lined Humidor set for $1,000.

“Handsomely covered in fine, grained leather, the two-door hinged humidor is lined with solid mahogany to seal in and emit moisture—while supporting your cigars’ maturation. Kitted with a hygrometer that maintains moisture at perfect levels, the humidor is crafted with a storage area and ventilated cedar tray that organize and protect up to 63 cigars. This beautiful investment piece comes with a sealed, screw-top metal travel cylinder that lets you carry your favorite cigars to parties, clubs, and other festive gatherings. A fabulous gift for the cigar lover on your holiday list—or for yourself.”

Barneys New York will donate 100 percent of sales from the “New York Holiday” items to the Shawn Carter Foundation. Take a closer look at the Cohiba Comador Cigars by Jay-Z below. Does this collaboration make you want to puff, puff or just pass?

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