1990 – Keeping the farms in Honduras, the family went back to Nicaragua to revive the land and raise the production to 33 million cigars a year.
2000 – 30 different brands trust Plasencia to produce their cigars.
2015 – Plasencia became the largest grower of tobacco in the world with more than 6,000 employees, 4 factories, and 8 plantations in Honduras and Nicaragua, producing 40 million cigars a year.
2017 – Plasencia Cigars, the family’s own brand was launched. Néstor Andrés, Gustavo, and José Luis Plasencia introduced the Alma series, Reserva Original, and the Cosecha 146 among others.