One of Davidoff’s 2009 limited editions is returning to the market as part of the company’s ever-expanding Vault Series.

The Davidoff Puro Dominicano Belicoso is a 5 3/4 x 48 belicoso originally released in 2009, though it was overshadowed by the company’s other limited edition that year, the Selección 702.

As the name implies, the cigar is made entirely of Dominican tobaccos. There’s a wrapper from the Yamasá region, a San Vicente binder and four different habano-seed fillers: criollo ligero, piloto seco, San Vicente ligero and corojo ligero.

Pricing is set at $24 per cigar and it will return in bundles of 10.

The Vault Series 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. 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.

It goes on sale Oct. 19 at 10:30 a.m. EDT.

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