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Exciting start of the week! #Freyja12 has landed in her distinct electric blue packaging! So far only as samples to our reps, but I already see them posted 😃 ❤️ Retailers are starting to put orders, so contact your favorite store(s) and hopefully they will get this #Goddess too! – Since the press-releases were out a couple of months ago, let me remind you of the blend! – Freyja12 is the second SKU of #Freyja with a completely different blend: – Wrapper: Habano Ecuador – Binder: DR Corojo – Filler: DR trio of Corojo, Piloto Cubano and Criollo '98. Full flavored, spicy, hints of earth and a high medium-full/full in strength-body. She comes in one size Brisingamen Churchill 7X52, pigtailed and named after Norse Goddess Freyja's amber necklace, one of her main powers ❤️ I hope you will enjoy!!! . . . #lascumbrestabaco #freyjacigars #VikingGoddess #Viking #Vikings #Señorial #senorialcigars #senorialmaduro #cigars #cigar #premiumcigars #sotl #botl #lifeisgood
Nothing has changed about the cigar since earlier this year: it is still a 7 x 52 Churchill that is called Brísingamen, a name that traces its roots to Freyja’s necklace, the source of the goddess’ power. As for the blend, it uses an Ecuadorian habano wrapper, Dominican binder, and a filler of Dominican corojo, criollo 98, and piloto cubano, all of which are grown by Jochy Blanco, whose Tabacalera Palma factory is producing the cigar.
It is priced at $12 per cigar, or $144 for a box of 12 cigars, and is being added as a regular production cigar.
Emma Viktorsson told halfwheel that the cigars have been delivered to the company’s Miami, Fla.-based importer and have begun shipping to retailers.
Images courtesy of Emma Viktorsson.