Cigar News: Southern Draw Announces 300 HANDS Connecticut is bringing to IPCPR 2019. Last year, it released the Maduro and 300 MANOS Habano at IPCPR scoring a 93 and 90 respectively. The series is focused on collaboration through charity and is named after the 300 pairs of hands that touch every cigar that is made. See more about the project on their website.

Cigar News: Southern Draw Announces 300 HANDS ConnecticutThe is rolled at Tabacalera Cigars de Nicaragua in Esteli, Nicaragua. The blend uses a , USA wrapper, binder from Peru, and fillers from Nicaragua and Dominican Republic.

All three of the series come in the same 5 vitolas: Petit Edmundo 4.75 x 52 – $5.99 (Bundles of 10, $59.99), Coloniales 5.25 x 44 – $6.19 (Bundles of 10, $61.99), Corona Gorda 5.625 x 46 – $6.29 (Bundles of 10, $62.99), Piramides 6.125 x 52 – $6.39 (Bundles of 10, $63.99), Churchill 7.0 x 48 – $6.49 (Bundles of 10, $64.99). There will be 150 display trays made with 50,000 cigar in each of the sizes for total of 250,000 cigars made this year. They will ship August and October 2019.