Emperors Cut Cigars has announced its third line of cigars: Indulgence.

The new line will be offered in two sizes and made at the Ortez family’s AgroIndustrial Nicaraguense de Tabacos S.A. in Condega, Nicaragua. Blend-wise, it uses an Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper over two binders—one from the Cibao Valley in the Dominican Republic and the other from Estelí, Nicaragua—with the fillers coming from Estelí, Nicaragua.

  • Emperors Cut Indulgence Belicoso (6 1/2 x 54) — $11 (Box of 10, $110)
  • Emperors Cut Indulgence Lancero (7 x 38) — $9 (Box of 10, $90)

“Indulgence provides our company an entry primarily to new and social smokers with an exceptionally made Nicaraguan cigar,” said Greg Wills, director of product development, in a press release. “Our objective is to endear this important demographic to our brand earlier in their journey.”

The Indulgence will debut today on Emperors Cut’s e-commerce platform, while the company intends to offer it to other retailers in April.

Charlie Minato

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