Cigar Dagger, Inc., known best for producing Cigar Nubbers has recently graduated to cigars by releasing 2 new blends. Royal Blood and Birthright are the first to hit shelves with a third cigar currently in production to complete the trilogy once released.
The blend for Royal Blood uses a Connecticut broadleaf, San Andreas binder, and ligero tobaccos from Pennsylvania and Nicaragua along with Piloto Cubano and Corojo for fillers. Royal Blood debuts with 2 vitolas: a 5 x 52 Robusto, and a 6 x 54 Toro. Both sizes are available in 5 packs and boxes of 20.
Birthright uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over an Indonesian binder with a filler that includes some olor of undisclosed origin. Offered initially in 2 vitolas: a 6 x 50 Toro, available in boxes of 10, and a limited edition 6 x 44 Corona 5 pack.
After the success of Cigar Dagger, having our own cigar line seemed like the logical next step in the evolution of our brand. We have worked towards the release of Royal Blood and Birthright for the last 2 years and we couldn’t be more thrilled with every aspect of these cigars from their complex flavor profiles to their robust construction and captivating aesthetics. They’re an absolute pleasure to smoke.
Cigar Dagger President, Harout Kalandjian
Both Birthright and Royal Blood are regular production items, and are rolled at Tabacalera El Artista in the Dominican Republic.
Established in 2019, Cigar Dagger released its collection of artisanal cigar nubbers, quickly becoming popular among cigar enthusiasts worldwide. Cigar Daggers are intricately detailed creations often featuring hand-casted heads of fascinating personas inspired by history, mythology, fantasy, sci-fi, and cigar culture. Today, Cigar Dagger has increased its offerings to over 100 different cigar daggers along with a large collection of luxury cigar accessories, with distribution in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
The Cigars are being distributed by King of the Leaf and will begin shipping to retailers in September.