The latest from Debonaire House is on its way to store.

Debonaire Daybreak has begun shipping to select retailers. The six-size line uses an Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper over a Dominican binder and Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers.

  • Debonaire Daybreak Sagita Petite Lancero (5 1/2 x 38) — $8.74 (Boxes of 20, $174.80)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Belicoso (6 x 54) — $13.25 (Boxes of 20, $265)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Corona (6 x 46) — $11.53 (Boxes of 20, $230.60)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Toro (6 x 50) — $13 (Boxes of 20, $260)
  • Debonaire Daybreak First Degree (4 x 44) — $6 (Boxes of 20, $120)
  • Debonaire Daybreak Robusto (5 x 50) — $12.46 (Boxes of 20, $249.20)

“We’ve been smoking a lot of these cigars, they to continue to get better,” said Phil S. Zanghi III, founder of Debonaire, in a press release. “Constantly staring at the product development this year from the box, to the inside-lid vista and the packaged product alike, Daybreak has given me a unique and nostalgic feeling of excitement in releasing another quality product into the industry I’ve been blessed to enjoy now for over 25 years.”

Debonaire House is distributed by Drew Estate, while production is handled at De Los Reyes in the Dominican Republic.

The Debonaire Daybreak is sold exclusively at Drew Diplomat Retailers.

Charlie Minato

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