Julio and Justo Eiroa are stepping into their own booth at the IPCPR Convention & Trade Show to show off their three core lines as well as a pair of new additions.

The company officially launched in late January with three core lines, Aladino, Rancho Luna and Tatascan. At this year’s annual industry gathering, the company will unveil the new Rancho Luna Maduro and Tatascan Yellow Label.

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The Rancho Luna Maduro is being launched in three sizes, Robusto (5 x 50, $7), Toro (6 x 50, $7.50) and Gordo (6 1/2 x 60, $9), each in 20 count boxes. It uses a Honduran maduro wrapper over a Honduran corojo binder and Honduran habano and corojo fillers. Additionally, the company will be showing off new branding for the entire Rancho Luna line.

The Tatascan Yellow Label is a mixed filler cigar with a Honduran habano wrapper that won’t have a sweetened tip and cap like other cigars in the Tatascan line. The binder is a Honduran corojo with Honduran habano and corojo in the filler. The specific sizes will be unveiled at the show, but pricing is slated to be between $2.50 and $4 per cigar according to a company spokesperson.

Davidoff is the official sponsor of halfwheel's coverage of the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

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