Dignity Cigars, the company known for its portfolio of Costa Rican puros, has announced that its next release will be a limited production called Debauchery that is scheduled to be on store shelves in February 2016.
The Dignity Debauchery is being released in a 6 x 55 torpedo vitola that uses a double wrapper of Costa Rican tobacco, a first for the brand. One leaf is a Costa Rican Connecticut, while the other is a Costa Rican habano leaf, with Costa Rican tobacco used for the binder and filler to create a medium-full profile.
The cigar is being produced at Dignity’s Tabacos de la Cordillera factory, and will come in 10-count boxes with an MSRP of $110, or $11 per cigar.
Don’Juan Gross of Dignity told halfwheel that he is planning on limiting production of the Debauchery to 800 boxes per year. He added that he expect the cigar to begin shipping on February 10.
(Images courtesy of Dignity Cigars)