OneOff cigars are back.

Illusione has begun shipping OneOff, a cigar from the early 2000s with a cult-like following, including from Illusione’s owner, Dion Giolito. Like nearly all of Illusione’s portfolio, OneOff is being made at Tabacos Valle de Jalapa S.A. (TABSA). Giolito declined to comment on the specific blend details, telling halfwheel the cigar uses “foreign grown, air cured tobacco.”

It’s offered in eight sizes, all sold in boxes of 10.

  • OneOff Canonazo (6 1/8 x 52)
  • OneOff Cartuchos (3 7/8 x 52)
  • OneOff Corona (5 1/2 x 42)
  • OneOff Corona Gorda (5 3/8 x 46)
  • OneOff Julieta (7 x 47)
  • OneOff Pyramides (6 1/8 x 52)
  • OneOff Robusto (4 7/8 x 50)
  • OneOff +53 Super Robusto (5 3/4 x 48)

The first seven sizes retail for $11-17 and are shipping now. The +53 Super Robusto, which was the brand’s most famous vitola, will “ship soon” and will retail for $30.

Giolito declined to comment on why the +53 is more expensive.

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