Protocol Cigars has announced a new shop exclusive cigar for Omertà Cigar Company in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Law. Protocol tries to capture the spirit of the shop and marry it with their law enforcement theme with all their shop exclusives. In this case, they went back to Oklahoma City's history with the Wild West and Cowboys, hence, The Law. The Law was a term often used in old spaghetti western movies to describe law enforcement officials such as sheriffs, marshals, and other lawmen.
2018 was the first time Cigar Dojo and Cubariqueño Cigar Co. collaborated on a cigar, "Protocol K9." The next year the duo released "Protocol Night Stick." And now, in 2021, we get the "Protocol Taser." The idea of all their collaborations has been instruments of law enforcement, now including the tactical taser. It is a valuable asset to many law enforcement agencies as a non-lethal way to incapacitate perpetrators.
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"It's not the most complex or exciting cigar ever but for those who lean more towards mild and consistent this fits that profile perfectly. A very easy smoke with a good burn and great smoke production. " -Lauren S. (Lauren S.)
Protocol has announced a new limited edition cigar called the 5 Families. This cigar is a tribute to 5 cigar clubs that support the Protocol. This will be an exclusive release through Famousn Smoke Shop. This is also the first 6x60 from the company.
Today, Protocol Cigars announced a new addition to their Lawmen series, Protocol Eliot Ness. Eliot Ness joins Sir Robert Peel as the second installment of the Lawmen Series that came out last year. This series has a more refined and regal look than Protocols other lines.
Espinosa Premium Cigars announced today the re-release of their 601 Black. This time it is coming in only one size, a toro. The original 601 Black was one of the first full-bodied Connecticut wrapped cigars on the market in the early 2000’s. It hasn't been seen in nearly 10 years. A new version was featured at the “2020 La Zona Palooza Virtual Event" and due to the reaction from event attendees chose to make it a full-release.
Protocol Cigars has announced a second release for their Jane Doe Series cigar, dubbed Jane Doe 2.0. Jane Doe is the name given to unidentified females until identification can be made at a later time. The original Jane Doe was released in June of last year, and that release also followed the John Doe, for which there has also been a 2.0.
Protocol Cigars unveiled their new core line cigar for this year, Cyber Crimes Unit (CCU). The last addtioin to the core line prior was the Protocol Official Misconduct in 2018. As always, this cigar has a law enforcement theme and the Protocol Cyber Crimes honors those that protect the world from cyber criminals. The mission of the CCU Investigation squads are to conduct and assist in investigations where computers, networks, telecommunication devices, and other technological instruments are the vehicle or target for the commission of criminal acts against network resources critical to the function of corporate or government entities.
Espinosa Premium Cigars has announced a new exclusive cigar for Binny’s Beverage Depot called “The Expo." This is part of Binny’s “Four Star Society” series, which gets its name from the City of Chicago’s flag that features four stars across it.