Djarum Little Cigars on up to 50% Sale at

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On February 21, 2013, will have a sale on Djarum Little Cigars. This well-known brand of clove tobacco products will be sold for up to 50% off its usual price.

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Djarums are difficult to find and you usually have to buy them from a specialty smoke shop or online

Djarum Little Cigars are a popular brand in spite of facing complications in the United States. Djarum Little Cigars are filtered and similar in size to cigarettes, but they are rolled with tobacco paper. “ is pleased to offer its customers a great deal on a favorite, hard-to-find brand,” said Nick Gordon, General Manager of “This brand is famous for blending their tobacco with cloves. The flavors are complex and make Djarums very different from most tobacco products on the market. In Indonesia, they are called ‘kreteks’ for the popping noise they make while burning. They make for a great cigar smoking experience and we know many of our customers will be happy to learn that we are offering them on sale.” has a wide variety of cheap cigars on offer. From Djarum Little Cigars, the online retailer offers the major international blends: Djarum Bali Hai, Djarum Splash, Djarum Black, Djarum Special, Djarum Black Menthol, Djarum Mild, Djarum Black Cherry, and Djarum Black Vanilla. The usual non-sale retail price of Djarum Little Cigars at ranges from $75 to $90 for 120 cigars (10 packs of 12). Sale prices go as low as $33.95, up to $44.99. These prices are competitive with those offered by many cigar retailers. “This is a good opportunity to try Djarum Little Cigars if you haven’t already,” Gordon added. “Djarums are difficult to find and you usually have to buy them from a specialty smoke shop or online. Prices can get pretty high, as you can imagine.”

Djarum Little Cigars are machine-manufactured kreteks from Indonesia. The brand was founded by businessman Oei Wie Gwan in 1951 after he purchased a then-failing cigarette company. Today, the company offers domestic and international brands. There are 13 unique Djarum blends offered internationally. offers all of the current Djarum Little Cigar’s international blends with the exception of the Djarum Supersmooth, Djarum Black Menthol Supersmooth, Djarum Black Supersmooth, Djarum Black Bliss, and Djarum Spice Islands. “Djarum is a solid brand of clove tobacco products,” Gordon says. “We try to keep most Djarum blends stocked because we know our customers will be looking for them.”

Introduced to the U.S. in 1983, Djarum Special includes the brand’s exclusive blend of tobacco, clove, and undisclosed “exotic special spices.” According to the company, it is the first brown paper kretek to be sold internationally. Djarum Black was introduced to American markets in 1993 and is a black paper kretek. The company cites it as their most popular brand, surpassing its “predecessor” the Djarum Special. The Djarum Splash was introduced to the U.S. in 1993. They are described as having a “fresh, sweet aroma” and were “created for those who enjoy sporty and active lifestyles.” Djarum Bali Hai, introduced in 1997, has a lighter fruit flavor than the Splash and is made for “nature and adventure lovers.”

Gordon recommends smoking Djarum Little Cigars on “special-but-not-too-special occasions.” He notes that “Djarum Little Cigars are not like other cheap little cigars. They have a great history and great flavor. They should be relished with friends after everyday victories. They’re not for celebrating births or that big promotion, but let’s say you’ve found your way back after being lost for an hour, in the cold, in a new location. Djarums are great for these moments.”

Djarum Little Cigars are filtered and have a distinctive blend of clove and tobacco with a variety of added flavors. They are on sale at starting on February 21. is an online retailer specializing in the sale of cigars. They offer eight of Djarum’s international blends in 10 packs of 12 cigars.

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