In setting out to make this exclusive, Riste Ristevski, owner of JSK, wanted to incorporate the history of Sweden, complete with traditional art, colors, and regal looks.
The first test blends for Sota Kator were shared in 2019 at Inter Tobak in Germany. The blend uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper (aged for 3 years), Esteli Criollo 98 ligero binder, and Jalapa, Somoto , condega fillers that have been aging for two years. It comes in one size, 5.5″ x 48 robusto and comes in double stacked 6 count tray boxes.
There is an online video of the boxes being packed that can be found here: https://bit.ly/3gMteyn
Sota Kator is limited to 180 boxes of 12 due to tobacco availability. A maduro version will follow in the future that were rolled at the same time and are resting currently.