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.