New Sizes Being Added to Leccia Black & White

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A pair of new sizes are being added to Leccia Tobacco Company’s Black and White lines, according to a representative from Toraño Family Cigar Co., who handles distribution for the line.

For the Leccia Black, there will be a 6 x 52 box-pressed torpedo that comes with an MSRP of $9.50 per cigar and will ship in 21-count boxes. The Leccia Black uses a Ecuadorian habano wrapper, Nicaraguan rosado binder and a filler made up of Nicaraguan and Dominican ligero, Brazilian mata fina and American dark fire tobacco.

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The Leccia White will be adding a 6 x 60 perfecto. It too comes in 21-count boxes but with a single stick MSRP of $9.00. The White’s blend features an African Sun Grown wrapper and Ecuadorian habano binder, with the filler featuring Nicaraguan and Dominican ligero and American seco from Pennsylvania.

The additions bring both lines to five vitolas, with the two sharing a 5 x 52 robusto, 6 x 50 toro and 6 x 60 toro. Both sizes also share a vitola called Little Guy, with the White’s measuring 4 x 46 and the Black measuring 4 x 48.

Toraño says the cigars are ready to ship.

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