It’s a big trade show for La Sirena Cigars, the company will be in its own booth for the first time, show off a host of reworked old lines and one new project—Oceano by La Sirena. While the talk of the booth is likely to be La Sirena’s new partnership with Erik Espinosa’s La Zona Cigars S.A., the factory responsible for the reworked La Sirena line, Oceano will come from The Quesada Factory in the Dominican Republic.

Oceano by La Sirena

Oceano by La Sirena uses a Dominican Habano vuelta arriba wrapper, Dominican criollo binder and Dominican criollo and Nicaraguan fillers. Oceano by La Sirena is offered in five vitolas: Arctic (4 3/4 x 38/58/44), Southern (5 x 43), Indian 5 1/2 x 50), Atlantic (7 x 52) and Pacific (6 x 65). Pricing is set between $8.50 and $11.

Four of the sizes are regular production, but the Arctic is limited to 500 boxes of 20. The company expects to ship the Oceano on July 26.

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