RED ANCHOR LINE EXTENSIONS SCHEDULED TO SHIP
Red Anchor: A Tribute to Heritage and Excellence. United Cigars proudly announces the highly anticipated release of its latest cigar line extensions, Red Anchor Captain and Gunner, are set to hit the shelves in late August. Produced at Kelner Boutique Factory (KBF), The Red Anchor line is a testament to the rich history and commitment to excellence that the Kelner family brings to every creation. The Captain and Gunner measuring 5 x 50 and 6 1/2 x 43 respectively, have been meticulously crafted to honor the 250-year legacy of Red Anchor cigars. Offering cigar enthusiasts a medium-plus bodied experience like no other, Red Anchor is packed in sleek boxes of 25, promising all cigar lovers an escape that redefines sophistication and indulgence.
Handcrafted with care and passion at artisanal KBF, Red Anchor features a Habano 2000 Ecuador wrapper that beautifully encapsulates the essence of the Kelner family’s tobacco mastery. Each blend has been artfully curated with Dominican and USA tobaccos to deliver an unrivaled smoking experience, characterized by smoothness, complexity, and a captivating profile.
“We are thrilled to introduce both the Captain and the Gunner as the newest additions to our
Red Anchor family,” said Oliver Nivaud, Director of Operations for United Cigars. “These
cigars pay homage to a long-standing tradition, a tribute to heritage and excellence. We are
confident that cigar enthusiasts worldwide will savor the richness and elegance that defined
cigars half a century ago.”
The Red Anchor lines have become synonymous with superiority and are a testament to
KBF’s relentless pursuit of excellence. The Captain and The Gunner build upon this legacy,
promising aficionados an unforgettable journey of taste and sensation. The Captain and
Gunner will have a retail of $500 per box or $20 per cigar.
For more information about Red Anchor cigars please visit UnitedCigarGroup.com or contact your local representative. Follow @UnitedCigars on social media for updates and behind-the-