The ACID Cartel Subculture from Drew Estate is heading back to the market, this time as an exclusive release for Michigan-based JML Wholesale, which operates approximately 80 retail stores under the Wild Bill’s Tobacco name.

The 5 x 54 robusto was first released in 2007 and uses a Connecticut shade wrapper over an undisclosed binder and filler. The company says the profile is smooth and lush with zest of sweetness in the aroma. It comes packaged in 24-count boxes that have an MSRP of $238.80.

“Next year we are entering a huge milestone for Drew Estate, the 20th Anniversary of ACID cigars,” said Jonathan Drew, president and founder of Drew Estate, via a press release. “JML has long been more than just a partner to us in Michigan, they are true friends. We are excited to be re-launching the ACID Cartel with them, bringing a piece of ACID history back to the forefront of a landmark moment for Drew Estate.”

Images courtesy of Drew Estate.

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