The next Mombacho Cosecha will arrive in May.

As with the first release, the cigar uses tobaccos entirely from one year, this time 2013. Most of the other details are said to be the same: it will once again be a 6 x 52 toro with a pigtail cap, once again priced at $21.95 and once again packaged in 10-count boxes.

According to Cigar Aficionado, there will be at least one difference on paper: 700 boxes of 10 cigars instead of the original 5,000 cigars.

When the original 2012 version was announced, Mombacho announced that 2013, 2014 and 2015 versions were already aging. The plan is to give each cigar at least four years of rest before release.

The purpose of the project is to show the differences between crop to crop.

Update: This story originally indicated a spokesperson for Mombacho Cigars S.A. repeatedly did not respond to questions about the cigar. A spokesperson from Mombacho Cigars S.A. did respond, but due to a technical error, the email was marked as junk.

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