Two new versions of the Alec Bradley Prensado have emerged: Exquisito and Lost Art.

Jonathan Walsh, the company’s regional manager for the mid-Atlantic region, posted a picture of the Prensado Exquisito.

As for the Prensado Lost Art, a couple retailers posted pictures of the cigar with a regular Prensado main band and a Lost Art secondary band.

The company has released dozens of new lines to various retailers around the country prior to Aug. 8, the deadline before the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) regulations took effect. Alec Bradley and others have released a plethora of new lines to retailers with the intention of releasing these cigars later. The decision to initially ship them prior to Aug. 8 means the companies do not believe they will be required to seek FDA pre-approval before releasing the cigars in larger quantities.

Previously, a spokesperson for the company has declined to talk about these products stating that the company will provide more details about various projects at a later date.

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