Cigar News: Protocol Announces Coppers for Vintage Cigar Lounge and Club Cigars has announced their first new release of 2021, a shop exclusive called the for in Westerly, RI. As with all their releases, it keeps the law enforcement theme. The old time word for Police offers was “” because of the roofing material that was used to make their badges. In Britain police were called “” because of the color of their shinny buttons on their uniforms. This vintage look inspired the packaging.

Cigar News: Protocol Announces Coppers for Vintage Cigar Lounge and ClubThe is made like other releases at La Zona in Esteli, Nicaragua under to care and control of the Espinosa Family. The first vitola is a Corona Gordo 5 5/8 x 46. The initial production is 200 10-count bundles with a MSRP of $95.00, with the intention of continuing regular production via . The blend uses an Ecuadorian Rosado wrapper, Nicaraguan Habano binder and filler tobacco from the Dominican Republic, and from the Condega and Esteli region in Nicaragua.

The will launch on Saturday, January 23rd with a virtual event beginning at 4pm to 5pm. Then a live small in store limited entry event from 6 to 8pm. As a bonus incentive with every purchase of The will get a pre-release of the Eliot Ness Natural and Maduro, a $25 MSRP value. The will be available via Vintage’s website: http://www.vintagecigarlounge.com/