La Sirena is going small with its latest releases, a quintet of 4 x 30 small cigars that will all come in 10-count tins, some of which will take the brand into the flavored cigar segment for the first time.

The company has recently begun promoting the new cigars, which are slated to begin shipping to retailers on Dec. 10. On the more traditional side, the company will be releasing the La Sirena Connecticut, which uses a Connecticut wrapper over a Dominican binder and filler, as well as the La Sirena Cameroon, which uses a Cameroon wrapper also over a Dominican binder and filler.

On the flavored side, the company is releasing the La Sirena Cherry, La Sirena Chocolate and La Sirena Vanilla. Those blends use a Connecticut wrapper over a Dominican binder and filler. Mariah Ditkowich, the company’s ambassador, specifically requested the flavors.

The company is not disclosing the factory.

Each tin is priced at $22.

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