Kuuts, LLC has shared details on its upcoming Kuuts Nicaraguan Blend, which will be unveiled at the 2014 IPCPR Convention and Trade Show in July and ship to retailers in August.

The new line was confirmed to halfwheel back in March, but the only detail released at the time was that there would be five vitolas included in the launch. Today, the company announced several details about the new line, including that those five sizes would be a 4 x 48 called Momentos, the 4 1/2 X 58 Pequeños, a 5 X 52 robusto, 6 X 52 toro and 7 X 60 gordo especial.

Kuuts Nicaragua single

Specific pricing for each size is still being determined, but Gabriel Alvarez, the company’s operations manager, says it will be between $5 – $7 per cigar. Each size comes in 20 count boxes.

While it is being called the Kuuts Nicaraguan Blend, only the binder and filler are from the country, as the wrapper hails from Ecuador. The cigars are being made at the company’s Compañia Hondureña de Tabacos factory in Honduras.

Kuuts Nicarauan Blend boxes

Kuuts was also supposed to be debuting the Miró Maduro at the trade show, but plans for that line have been put on hold.

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