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Cigar News: Black Label Trading Company Ships 5 Year Anniversary Bishops Blend Lancero

2020 Marks the five year anniversary of Black Label Trading Company’s Bishops Blend. Instead of assigning a year to the release like other years, this is labeled as the 5 year anniversary. It is also coming in a new limited edition vitola to the line, lancero. The company says they are still making the other sizes, but they have been postponed. Black Label Trading Company cigars are rolled at Fabrica Oveja Negra in Esteli, Nicaragua.

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Cigar News: Emilio Cigars Ships La Musa

Emilio Cigars is bringing back their Limited Edition La Musa brand, marking its first return since Black Label Trading Company took over the brand. It was first announced before the IPCPR trade show in 2019, and is now shipping. La Musa originally made its debut back in 2010 when the brand was run by Gary Griffith.

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Cigar News: Black Label Revamps Artwork for Core Lines

Black Label Trading Company is bringing new artwork and packaging for its core-lines to IPCPR this year. Royalty, Salvation, Lawless and Last Rites will all be shoiwing off new artwork designed by designed by James Brown, creator of BLTC. These core lines have been on the market since 2013. Benediction was originally a core line for the company but is being replaced by Porcelain as a core line cigar.

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Cigar News: Black Label Trading Company Ships MORPHINE 2019

Today, Black Label Trading Company announced the sixth annual release of its MORPHINE line. Morphone is rolled at James Brown’s Fabrica Oveja Negra in Esteli, Nicaragua. It uses a Mexican San Andrés Maduro wrapper, Nicaraguan Habano binder, and Nicaraguan fillers. It is available in 3 vitolas: Corona Gorda Box Press – 5.5 x 46 (18 count) MSRP $10.50, Lancero – 7 x 38 (12 count) MSRP $11.50, Short Robusto – 4.5 x 50 (20 count) MSRP $10.50.

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Cigar News: Emilio Cigars Brings Back AF1 and AF2

After a few years hiatus, Emilio Cigars is bringing back reblended AF1 and AF2, now made at James Brown’s Fabrica Oveja Negra in Esteli, Nicaragua. This is the first cigar to be produced since the Emilio Cigars and Black Label Trading Company merged back in January. The blends and packaging was done by James Brown owner of BLTC and Fabrica Oveja Negra. Both new cigars will ship this month.

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