If you tried the cigar in the past and enjoyed it, you may have been wondering what on earth happened to it.  Well fear not, because Cigars have been working to get that cigar back on store shelves.  That will be a reality in April of 2018.  will be available with a or wrapper.  The cigars are already available for pre-order by retailers.

are manufactured at the La Corona Factory in Estelí, Nicaragua by Don Omar González-Alemán.  They have been aging for several months.

“We have been excited about both of these blends since we finalized them in early 2016. Based on the sampling we’ve done with our “friends and family” in the industry, I expect this to be our most successful release to date!” – Spence Drake

For the , the , , and sizes are box-pressed; while the 6X60 will be a round cigar. The features a Habano wrapper from Ecuador, a binder of San Andrés, and filler from Estelí, Jalapa, and Pennsylvania.  The is a medium offering featuring an Ecuadorian Habano  Wrapper, Jalapa binder, and filler from Estelí, Jalapa, and Peru.  All vitolas will be available in 20-count boxes. (Photo source WhiteHatCigars.com)

5.5X46 $5.95/cigar
5X50 $6.95/cigar
6X52 $7.95/cigar
6X60 $8.95/cigar

5.5X46 $5.45/cigar
5X50 $6.45/cigar
6X52 $7.45/cigar
6X60 $8.45/cigar