Next week, Black Works Studio will ship the second release of S&R.

Many of the details remain the same as 2016’s inaugural release. Blend-wise, it remains a Sumatran wrapper over a Nicaraguan habano binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. Last year’s two sizes—Corona Gorda and Lancero—return in the same formats and priced at $9.50 like last year.

The one difference is there is now a Culebra offered to select stores.

  • BLK WKS S&R Lancero (2019) (6 3/4 x 42) — $9.50 (Boxes of 20, $190)
  • BLK WKS S&R Corona Gorda (2019) (5 1/2  x 46) — $9.50 (Boxes of 20, $190)
  • BLK WKS S&R Culebra (6 3/4 x 42) — $35

“We are very excited for the second release of S&R. This cigar represents the broad spectrum of cigars produced under the Black Works Studio line,” said James Brown, founder of Black Works Studio, in a press release. “This year, playing on the serpent theme we made a very limited number of Lancero Culebras, so keep your eye out for those.”

The S&R Culebra will only be available at the following retailers:

  • BNB Cigars
  • Boling Springs Cigars
  • Cousin’s Cigar
  • East End Cigar Co.
  • King’s Leaf Cigar Lounge
  • Marker Cellars Family Winery
  • Maxamar Ultimate Cigars
  • Omerta Cigar Co.
  • Skallywag Cigars
  • Smoker’s Abbey TX
  • Underground Cigar Shop
  • Willy’s Cigars.
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