La Flor Dominicana Brings Back 2000 Series, Adds Chisel & Lancero

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What’s old is new again.

La Flor Dominicana has quietly brought back its 2000 Series, this time with two new sizes. In late 2013 the company discontinued all but one of the sizes and then rebranded the lone remaining size, the No. 3, to the Cameroon Cabinet line less than a year later.

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Now 2000 Series has nine vitolas, two of which are new: Chisel (6 x 54, $9) and Lancero (7 1/2 x 38, $11.20). The other seven sizes were previously offered, though they are now round cigars: No. 1 (6 1/2 x 44, $6.90), No. 2 (4 5/8 x 50, $6.60), No. 4 (6 x 47, $7), No. 5 (5 x 50, $7), No. 6 (6 1/4 x 60, $10.50), No. 8 (6 7/8 x 48, $7.40) and No. 9 (6 1/4 x 52, $9.80).

The cigars were originally round, but later became box-pressed. The blend remains the same, a Cameroon wrapper over a Dominican binder and Dominican filler.

All sizes are sold in boxes of 24.

Jon Carney, vp of sales for La Flor Dominicana, confirmed the 2000 Series has returned, though the company’s inventory remains limited for the time being. It’s likely the cigars returned prior to Aug. 8 in order to meet the deadline before the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) began regulating premium cigars.

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