With the Rocky Mountain Cigar Festival kicking off today, the re-released Undercrown Dojo Dogma is getting its official launch while also being shipped to Drew Diplomat Retailers across the United States.

The cigar is a box-pressed 6 x 56 toro gordo that originally came out in April 2014. It was originally created with Cigar Dojo, an online cigar community, in celebration of the site’s one year anniversary and had been sold exclusively through Florida-based Smoke Inn.

In July, Drew Estate announced that the cigar would be returning with widespread distribution.

While it uses the standard Undercrown band, the blend is a bit different than the other cigars in the line. The Undercrown Dojo Dogma is based on the original Undercrown Maduro Corona ¡Viva!, which uses a Mexican San Andres wrapper, Connecticut stalk cut habano binder, and Nicaraguan and Brazilian Mata Fina fillers.

It is packaged in a commemorative soft pack with an MSRP of $107.97 for 10 cigars. Drew Estate is also offering a distinct retail display for the Undercrown Dojo Dogma.

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