There are many people who love wine and cigars, but few take the pairing as far as Chinnock Cellars, which is both a winery and a cigar company. As for the new tobacco product, it will be called Cremoir, a name with roots in the wine world.

Cremoir is French for creamy, a term used to describe a specific flavor in the wine world. As for the cigar, it’s an undisclosed limited blend made at Compañia Hondureña de Tabacos, the Honduran factory best known for Kuuts and its brands. Chinnock describes it as medium in body with a creamy component.

It will be offered in two sizes—both of which measure 6 x 52, retail for $10 and are sold in 10-count boxes. The one difference lies in the shape, one is a Toro and the other a Torpedo. Cremoir is expected to ship in October.

Charlie Minato

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