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Lost&Found Launches No Free Lunch Cigars to Benefit the Hungry

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Plenty of cigar companies have developed creative ideas as part of the coronavirus COVID-19 epidemic and now at least one company has a cigar that is being sold as part of the relief efforts.

Lost&Found—a project between Robert Caldwell, Tony Bellatto and Jaclyn Sears—has announced its latest release, No Free Lunch. Like other Lost&Found releases, these are cigars that were originally meant for another project, likely by another manufacturer, that the company acquired and has repacakaged.

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The one difference is that Lost&Found will donate all of the profits it makes from the cigar to Camillus House, a Miami-based non-profit that provides clothing, food and shelter to the needy.

There are a total of five different cigars, four of which will be sold to retailers nationwide:

  • No Free Lunch Corona Gorda (5 1/2 x 45) — $6.90 (Bundle of 10, $69)
    • Wrapper: Dominican Republic
    • Binder: Indonesia
    • Filler: Dominican Republic
  • No Free Lunch Robusto (5 x 50) — $7.90 (Bundle of 10, $79)
    • Wrapper: Ecuador
    • Binder: Indonesia
    • Filler: Dominican Republic
  • No Free Lunch Short Corona (4 x 42) — $4.90 (Bundle of 10, $49)
    • Wrapper: Nicaragua
    • Binder: Indonesia
    • Filler: Dominican Republic
  • No Free Lunch Toro (6 x 50) — $8.90 (Bundle of 10, $89)
    • Wrapper: Dominican Republic
    • Binder: Indonesia
    • Filler: Dominican Republic

The Corona Gorda and Toro were rolled in 2013, the Robusto in 2015 and the Short Corona in 2016.

In addition, there’s No Free Lunch Texas Edition which is being sold exclusively through Renegade Cigars in Richardson, Texas. It is listed as the same basic varietals as the regular cigar but according to Caldwell is a different blend.

  • No Free Lunch Texas Edition Toro (6 x 50)
    • Wrapper: Dominican Republic
    • Binder: Indonesia
    • Filler: Dominican Republic

Renegade will receive 100 bundles of 10 and says that with each bundle sold it will donate 30 meals to the North Texas Food Bank.

In total, Caldwell said that this shipment of No Free Lunch will provide more than 20,000 meals.

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Charlie Minato
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