Ohana Cigars has partnered with Rahr & Sons, a Fort Worth-based brewery.

The Rahr-Gar is a 6 x 50 toro that was aged for six months in bourbon barrels that previously held Rahr’s Bourbon Barrel Winter Warmer. As for the blend, it uses a habano wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers from Condega and Jalapa.

A total of 2,000 cigars were made and they are packed in tubos, which are then sold in jars of 10.

Ryan Rodriguez, owner of Ohana, told halfwheel that the cigar is made to be sold at Rahr’s brewery, though a small amount of cigars began shipping to cigar retailers.

Pricing is said to be $12-15.

Charlie Minato

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