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IPCPR 2018: La Sirena

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La Sirena was showing off a couple of items during the 2018 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

Two of its new ventures include the longest vitola in one of its most popular lines and the re-release of a blend that debuted in 2016.

La Sirena LT Double Corona

The La Sirena LT gets its fourth—and longest—size, a double corona. The LT is designed to be the mellowest of the company’s portfolio, but don’t confuse it for a bland Connecticut, as the Nicaraguan habano binder adds some punch, while the three-country filler blend adds a good amount of depth and complexity.

  • Wrapper: Ecuador (Connecticut)
  • Binder: Nicaragua (Habano)
  • Filler: Dominican Republic, Honduras & Nicaragua
  • La Sirena LT Double Corona (7 1/2 x 52) — $10 (Boxes of 20, $200)

Production: Regular Production

Launch Date: July 2018

La Sirena Box Pressed Lancero

The La Sirena Box Pressed Lancero is back for a second limited edition run, with all the details remaining the same as the initial batch that was produced in 2016, including Erik Espinosa’s La Zona Cigar Factory handling production.

  • Wrapper: Nicaragua (Habano Oscuro)
  • Binder: Nicaragua (Criollo)
  • Filler: Nicaragua (Jalapa and Condega)
  • La Sirena Box Pressed Lancero (7 x 42) — $12 (Boxes of 10, $120)

Production: 100 Boxes of 10 Cigars (1,000 Total Cigars)

Launch Date: June 2018

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