The Brûlée Double Corona measures 7×54 and Saka says this larger size many of their best Purveyors for customers that want it for golf or just prefer large cigars. This size will go on sale this Spring and will be in limited quantities initially, but will be regular production.
The Brûlée “Blue” measures 6.25 x 46 and Saka says, “This is for the cigar geek in me and likely not a big seller, but screw it, I absolutely love this format.” It will be available to order at the PCA 2020 trade show and will be a limited edition, not regular production. 1,000 boxes will be made this year.
The two new sizes join the original three vitolas: Robusto, Toro, and Gordo. The blend for Sobremesa Brûlée uses an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, Mexican Matacapan negro de Temporal binder, and Nicaraguan Condega C-SG, Pueblo Nuevo Criollo, Estelí C-98 & Estelí fillers.