Nine new cigars from La Familia Robaina are heading to stores.

The company, formerly known as White Hat Tobacco, is shipping its new Ilegal lines. The brand contains three different blends, each offered in the same three sizes. The fillers are not disclosed, but the wrappers are Ecuadorian Connecticut, Ecuadorian habano and Mexican San Andrés.

Each is offered in boxes of 20; the Connecticut is $1 less per cigar than the other blends.

  • Ilegal Connecticut Robusto (5 1/2 x 54) — $9.95 (Box of 20, $199)
  • Ilegal Connecticut Toro (6 x 50) — $9.95 (Box of 20, $199)
  • Ilegal Connecticut Gordo (6 x 60) — $10.95 (Box of 20, $239)
  • Ilegal Habano/Maduro Robusto (5 1/2 x 54) — $10.95 (Box of 20, $219)
  • Ilegal Habano/Maduro Toro (6 x 50) — $11.95 (Box of 20, $239)
  • Ilegal Habano/Maduro Gordo (6 x 60) — $11.95 (Box of 20, $239)

“This is a line of cigars that we are truly proud of,” said Spence Drake of La Familia Robaina in a press release. “We leaned on a couple of friends to help out with some of the blends. Adrian Acosta helped blend our Ecuadorian Habano and Esteban Disla of Nica Sueño helped us out with the Mexican San Andres. All of the cigars have over six months of age before hitting the shelves.”

Like the rest of the La Familia Robaina portfolio, the cigars are made at the La Corona factory in Estelí.

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