Black Label Trading Company (BLTC) has announced ARAPOSA, a Fox Cigar Bar exclusive. ARAPOSA is rolled at Fabrica Oveja Negra in Esteli, Nicaragua.
Black Label Trading Company has announced a new version of their KATO cigar exclusive to R. Field Wine Co.: Hawaii KATO. Hawaiit KATO is rolled at Fabrica Oveja Negra in Esteli, Nicaragua. The blend uses an Ecuador Maduro wrapper with a candela swirl binder, Nicaraguan Habano binder, and Nicaraguan filler. Hawaii KATO will come in one size, a 5 x 48 Robusto that sells for $10.
Black Label Trading Company is shipping their Super Deluxe cigar retailers in the United States this week. Super Deluxe is rolled in Esteli, Nicaragua at Fabrica Oveja Negra and this is the first time this cigar will be available to the US market. Quantities are very limited.
After shipping the lancero version earlier than anticipated in March this year, Black Label Trading Company is now shipping the rest of the vitolas to retailers.
"It is easy to say that this cigar was phenomenal. There are so many areas where a cigar this size could go wrong but when done right it can be transcended. This will be a box worthy cigar once I find out what it is. If you are a fan of a profile that is sweet and savory with some great spice that lingers, this will be the cigar for you. Enjoy." -Estevan Z. (TheRealBanzi)
Emilio Cigars has announced a second release of their Limited Edition LJZ cigar. This cigar is a collaboration between Emilio Cigars and Black Label Trading Company (BLTC) and was the first cigar to come from the brand since Gary Griffith left in 2015. The name LJZ comes from the initials of the man behind the company L.J. Zucca.
Emilio Cigars is bringing back their Limited Edition La Musa brand, marking its first return since Black Label Trading Company took over the brand. It was first announced before the IPCPR trade show in 2019, and is now shipping. La Musa originally made its debut back in 2010 when the brand was run by Gary Griffith.