Fans of Black Label Trading Co.’s Deliverance Nocturne line will soon be able to get their hands on the limited annual release, as the company announced today that it has begun shipping to select retailers.

This year’s batch includes a new 5 x 56 perfecto priced at $10, the third figurado for the line, joining the Salomon Snub Nose (6 1/4 x 36 x 56, $12) and the Short Salomon Snub Nose (4 3/4 x 40 x 56, $10), which were part of the line’s launch in 2015. Each size comes in different box count configurations, as the new Perfecto comes in 20-count boxes, while the Salomon Snub Nose comes in 12-count boxes and the Short Salomon Snub Nose is presented in 18-count boxes.

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The blend features a Pennsylvania broadleaf wrapper, Nicaraguan habano binder and fillers from Nicaragua and Pennsylvania, specifically ligero from the latter.

“We are excited for the second release of Deliverance Nocturne and the addition of the 5 x 56 perfecto to the long and short salomon vitolas,” said James Brown, founder of Black Label Trading Co., via a press release. “These vitolas have been really fun to work with but require a lot of time on the rolling tables. They are the perfect vitolas for highlighting the richness and strength of the Pennsylvania tobacco.”

The Nocturne is made at at BLTC’s Fabrica Oveja Negra factoy in Esteli, Nicaragua, while Black Label Trading Co. is distributed by Boutiques Unified.

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