It’s a few months late, but the latest from Chogüí cigars is heading to U.S. retailers.

The new cigar is the Dos77 Longsdale, the second cigar in the company’s regular production line. Like the Dos77 Rogusto, the 6 1/2 x 46 lonsdale uses a Havana-seed Dominican wrapper, a criollo 98 binder with Dominican habano 2020 and corojo fillers.

Suggested retail pricing is $9.75 per cigar.

The new cigars are made at an unnamed, small factory in Tamboril, Dominican Republic and distributed in the U.S. by Pospeich Cigars.

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