If you happen to be in Paris, you’ll be able to pick up a beefy new size in Maya Selva’s Villa Zamorano Reserva line.

It’s a 6 x 56 toro gordo that is known as the Toro Paris and has an MSRP of €8.40 ($9.76) per cigar and €210 ($244.20) for a 25-count box. It’s a Honduran puro, with a wrapper grown on Maya Selva’s farms in Jamastran’s Santa Eulalia region, while the fillers draw on several of Honduras’s growing regions.

While it is a limited edition, the company is not disclosing production numbers. A representative of the company said the release would be just for 2021.

The Villa Zamorano Reserva line was launched at the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, with shipping to European retailers beginning at the end of 2016. It was released in the United States in 2018.

The cigar is already on store shelves, having been released this past weekend.

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