It’s a Brick House, Culebra.

Later this year, J.C. Newman Cigar Co. will bring a Brick House Culebra to events. Drew Newman, the company’s general counsel, shared a picture of the size on Instagram. Newman told halfwheel the cigar won’t be available for sale. The image shows a culebra with three different Brick House blends: Double Connecticut, Maduro and Natural.

The culebra size is rolled by combining three cigars together and twisting them before the cigars are sent to an aging room to dry. Culebras are actually three cigars, made to be taken apart and smoked individually.

The Brick House is made at the company’s J.C. Newman PENSA in Estelí, Nicaragua.

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