Cigar News: Protocol Announces Jane Doe 2.0

Cigar News: Protocol Announces Jane Doe 2.0

Cigar News: Protocol Announces Jane Doe 2.0 Protocol Cigars has announced a second release for their Jane Doe cigar, dubbed Jane Doe 2.0. Jane Doe is the name given to unidentified females until identification can be made at a later time. The original Jane Doe was released in June of last year, and that release also followed the John Doe, for which there has also been a 2.0.

Protocol Jane Doe 2.0 comes in similar packaging as the last release in bundles of 10 and sell for $89.99. The blend remains undisclosed or “unidentified.” The cigars are rolled (or place of birth) at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona Cigar Factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. Only 200 bundles of Jane Doe 2.0 will be sold. Last time, the vitola was a 6 x 52 box-pressed toro. This time around it is a 6 x 50 toro. All cigars are only identified with a plain white band.

This time around, Jane Doe will be sold exclusively through Smoke Inn Smoke Shop, and their website Sales will start Thursday, October 1st, 2020 and will be accompanied by a Virtual Event at 7pm EST. Abe Dababneh, owner of Smoke Inn will be in attendance during the Virtual Event on Zoom. Bundles sales will be available to the public on a first come, first served basis during this Virtual Event.

“Smoke Inn is happy to partner with Protocol Cigars on this latest installment of the Jane Doe Series. I strive to offer my customers unique projects like this to give them a one of a kind smoking experience and this project does that perfectly” said Abe Dababneh, owner of Smoke Inn.

Kevin Keithan, co-owner of Protocol Cigars added “Staying true with the original Jane Doe, the Jane Doe 2.0 is a very elegant and sophisticated smoking experience. This may be the best release yet in the Doe Series to date and at only 200 bundles it’s going to be gone in minutes. It’s definitely been my favorite Doe thus far.”