Moya Ruiz Cigars, the company behind La Jugada, have showed off the most unique feature of its upcoming La Jugada Nunchuck, two cigars connected together. The 7 1/2 x 52 parejo made for Cigar Dojo was announced last year with a release date targeted for this spring.

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When we broke the news on the Nunchuck, Danny Moya declined to comment on the most unique feature, but hinted it would stick with the martial arts theme of Cigar Dojo. That feature is shown off above, the two caps are connected by a very long tail.

The Nunchuck is priced at $100 per box of 10 and is limited to 500 boxes. The project is the first limited edition for the La Jugada line, whose products are made at Erik Espinosa’s La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

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