The latest installment in J. London’s Telephone Booth Series is arriving in stores, and it comes in teal.

The cigar uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, an olor binder of undisclosed origin, and a filler that contains olor and criollo 98, both of undisclosed origin. It is offered in a 5 1/2 x 46 vitola that the company calls a lonsdale, with pricing set at $14.60 per cigar and $73 for a pack of five cigars.

J. London does not disclose where the cigars in the series are produced, other than to say it was produced in the Dominican Republic with a family that has been growing and processing tobacco for four generations. Production for the Teal Telephone Booth is limited to 800 packs, a total of 4,000 cigars.

This is the seventh release in the series, joining the Blue, Orange, Pink, Red, Lavender and Neon Green releases that have come out since the line’s debut in late 2022.

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