The third Lampert 1675 Edición blend has shipped to 10 stores ahead of a nationwide launch in mid-April.

The Lampert 1675 Edición Morado uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and four-year-old fillers grown by the Ortez family in Condega and Jalapa. Like the Edición Azul and Edición Rojo, the Morado is made at the Ortez family’s AgroIndustrial Nicaraguense de Tabacos S.A. factory in Condega, Nicaragua. Morado is Spanish for purple.

It is offered in the same three sizes as the other two Lampert 1675 Edición blends, though the Short Robusto size won’t begin shipping until later in the year.

  • Lampert 1675 Edición Morado Short Robusto (3 3/4 x 52) — TBA
  • Lampert 1675 Edición Morado Robusto (5 x 50) — $14 (Box of 20, $280)
  • Lampert 1675 Edición Morado Toro (6 x 52) — $15 (Box of 20, $300)

Lampert describes the Morado as “full-bodied, full flavor.”

Currently, the cigar is offered at 10 retailers, though it will begin shipping to other stores next month.

  • Hill Cigar Company (St. Louis, Mo.)
  • Humidor of Lisle (Lisle, Ill.)
  • La Biblioteca (Plasentia, Calif.)
  • Luxury Cigar Club (Cottonwood, Ariz.)
  • Matador Cigar Lounge(s) (New York)
  • Maxamar Ultimate Cigars (Orange, Calif.)
  • Oxford Cigar Co (Orlando, Fla.)
  • Sir Louis Cigars (Wilbraham, Mass.)
  • Smoke Manayunk (Manayunk, Pa.)
  • Smokers Abbey (Austin, Texas)
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