Cigar News: Two Guys Smoke Shop Announces Fratello FirecrackerPress Release – In 2006, David Garofalo, the owner and founder of came up with an idea some called “loco,” Spanish for crazy. The , a short format cigar with a head that resembled a fuse. Its first release was in 2007 and manufactured by Don Pepin Garcia at the El Rey de los Habanos Factory in Miami Florida USA. Later the next version was made again by Pepin Garcia but this time in at Tabacalera Cubana. Next came a version called the M80 also done at Tabacalera Cubana and a second version done at the My Father Cigar Factory.

Next, the made its way to the and was rolled at Tabacalera Leyendas Cubanas, later returning again to the to be manufactured by La Flor Dominicana in 2015. In 2016 it was back again to to RoMa Craft Tobacco with the CroMagnon.

On Tuesday June 13, 2017 the 8th Factory and version of the will be sold to collectors and cigar smokers in the U.S., and the cigar again was produced in . This time from the oldest cigar factory in that country, Joya de , and adorning the name. The will be released at 10am eastern time at What is expected is a quick sell-out and a long wait till next year. If you are at all interested in trying a do not wait, or the wait might be another year long.

The measures 3 ½” x 50 and comes with its original fuse cap, sold in boxes of 20 for $99.99 or by the single for $5.99.