Leccia Launching Bumpy Roots; Small Batch #75

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For those wondering how many different ways one can truly make a cigar, Sam Leccia has two new options.

Leccia has announced two new projects, both with interest takes on a traditional cigar. First up is Bumpy Roots, a cigar that uses a combination of both long filler and pipe tobacco in the filler; as well as between the binder and wrapper.

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It will be offered in three different blends: Cherry Stout, which uses cherry stout pipe tobacco; Dee’s Nut Ale, which uses hazelnut pipe tobacco; and Pap’s Blend which uses black cavendish pipe tobacco.
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Leccia told halfwheel the cigars are rolled to be a 5 x 50, but really come out as a 5 x 54 with the added pipe tobacco. Each blend will be available in tins of 4 cigars, priced at $24.95.

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These tins will contain an additional 3 grams of pipe tobacco to help humidify them and for individuals to smoke. The cigars will come precut.

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Bumpy Roots is scheduled to arrive in “late summer (or) early fall” according to Leccia.

Shipping now is a new project called Small Batch #75. It’s a special display that features two different cigars.

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One is Small Batch #75 Habano blend that uses a Nicaraguan rosado wrapper, Ecuadorian habano binder and a filler blend including Nicaraguan ligero from Estelí, Ometepe and Pennsylvania ligero.

The other is a Connecticut, which uses a Connecticut wrapper, Cameroon binder and Pennsylvania ligero and seco in the filler alongside ligero from Condega, Nicaragua.

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What makes each cigar unique is that the cigars feature a Leccia logo laser-etched onto the cap.

Leccia told halfwheel only 5,000 cigars of each blend are being produced and the displays are limited to 50 accounts.

While the cigars carry a suggested retail price of $12, Leccia indicated that they may not all be the same sizes. He described it as “Most are 6×50 but I have a few surprises.”

American Caribbean Tobacco S.A. is handling production.

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Charlie Minato
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