At the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, Bespoke Cigars will offer retailers two factory-aged cigars from its existing lines.

Each of the cigars is an aged version of an existing cigar. The cigars will be differentiated by their boxes, which are different from the normal offerings, and a tag that shows the cigars aged.

A four-year-old version of the company’s Daughters of the Wind Salomones (7 1/4 x 57) will be offered. It’s priced at $25 and limited to just 50 boxes of 20 cigars.

Daughters of the Wind is a cigar inspired by a 6th-century Arabain poem of the same name. The line is produced at Tabacos de Costa Rica, the same factory responsible for Atabey, Byron, Cuba Rica, MBombay and others.

It uses an Ecuadorian wrapper, a Nicaraguan binder and fillers from Nicaraguan and Peru.

The Traditional Super Belicoso (5 2/3 x 60), it’s priced at $15 and limited to 3,500 cigars, though the company will only sell 50 boxes of 25 cigars at the trade show. It’s also aged four years.

Like the rest of the Traditional line, it uses a Dominican wrapper from the Cotuí region over a Dominican binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Peru and the United States.

The Traditional line is produced at the Kelner Boutique Factory by Hendrik Kelner Jr.

Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

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