Black Works Studio (BLK WKS) has announced the widespread release of a line that got a very limited release last August.

It’s called Boondock Saint, a two-size line that uses a Pennsylvania broadleaf wrapper, a Nicaraguan habano binder and Connecticut, Nicaragua and Pennsylvania fillers.

“The Boondock Saint is a perfect example of a balanced cigar,” said James Brown, founder of BLK WKS, in a press release. “The profile is rich, complex and bold, with tons of subtle flavors. The cigar is both strong and refined, with a very elegant finish. The Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper combined with the Connecticut Broadleaf & Nicaraguan filler create flavors of anise, clove, dark fruits, bitter cocoa and earth.”

  • BLK WKS Boondock Saint Corona Larga (6 1/4 x 46) — $10 (Boxes of 20, $200)
  • BLK WKS Boondock Saint Robusto (5 1/4 x 50) — $10 (Boxes of 20, $200)

The company says it will ship in August and will be available for a “limited time,” as 500 boxes of each size being produced by the company’s factory, Fabrica Oveja Negra, in Estelí, Nicaragua.

Update: Shortly after this story was published, production numbers were disclosed to halfwheel.

Patrick Lagreid contributed to this story.

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