More than three years after it was originally announced, the God of Fire KKP Special Reserve finally began shipping to stores earlier this month.

Prometheus originally announced the cigar in the summer of 2019, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the God of Fire brand, but delayed the release of the KKP Special Reserve multiple times. It’s offered in two different sizes: God of Fire KKP Special Reserve Piramide 58s (5 1/4 x 58) and Gran Toro 56s (6 x 56).

Both cigars have an MSRP of $49.95, an increase of $10 from the original price announced in 2019, and come in 10-count boxes that Prometheus says are also travel humidors. Blend-wise, the cigar is a Dominican puro made by Arturo Fuente in the Dominican Republic.

Prometheus is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and has released a variety of accessories to mark the occasion. Some of those accessories are larger humidors that contain the new God of Fire KKP Special Reserve cigars.

The Prometheus 30th Anniversary Humidors measures 14 inches x 14 x 9.75. Prometheus says the humidors are capable of storing up to 175 cigars. There are two different wood finishes offered—black lacquer and Macassar ebony—each limited to 30 numbered pieces. Each humidor will come with 30 God of Fire KKP Special Reserve Piramide 58s (5 1/4 x 58) and 30 God of Fire KKP Special Reserve Gran Toro 56s (6 x 56).

Like other Prometheus humidors, the humidors are made in France and use okume wood on the inside.

The MSRP for each humidor is $5,500.

There is also a larger Prometheus 30th Anniversary Cabinet Humidor which is offered in a macassar ebony finish. It measures 15 inches x 13 x 20 and will come with a total of 100 God of Fire KKP Special Reserve Cigars—50 of each vitola—though the humidor is rated to hold up to 360 cigars.

Each humidor is made in France and is numbered. Like other special edition Prometheus humidors, it features large pull-out trays. Prometheus says it will make just 30 humidors, the first 10 of which began shipping this month.

The MSRP for the Prometheus 30th Anniversary Cabinet Humidor is $10,000.

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