Davidoff’s Vault Series will get another release this Thursday.

It’s called Paragon, a 6 x 52 toro, that uses tobaccos from three countries. The wrapper is from the Dominican Republic, described as Hybrid 253, while the binder is Mexican San Andrés. There are five different fillers, four from the Dominican Republic: piloto viso, viso Villa Gonzales, San Vicente mejorado ligero and Hybrid 133 viso from Yamasá. The final filler is habano viso from Estelí, Nicaragua.

Davidoff says the cigar was developed from 10 different blends.

Vault was launched alongside Davidoff’s ACCESS program, described as a way for the company to release old stock of previous cigars and limited editions, as well as other select releases. Vault releases have been limited and Paragon will be no different. The company will sell it through its own U.S. flagship stores and e-commerce website, as well as a few select retailers, mostly Davidoff lounges.

Pricing is set at $32 per cigar and is packaged in bundles of 10.

Update (June 21, 2018) — The original version of this article indicated the cigar would be released on Friday, June 22. It was scheduled for Thursday, June 21.

Charlie Minato

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