On Monday, the latest version of Edgar Hoill’s One Shot One Kill will begin shipping to stores.

As the name implies, the OSOK San Andres uses tobacco from the San Andés Valley of Mexico, something not uncommon. What is a bit different, is that it’s made entirely of tobacco from the region.

The OSOK San Andres is being offered in a single 5 1/4 x 54 size and is priced at $8.50.

It is being made at a new Casa Turrent factory that was opened by the Turrent family this June. That new factory, which primarily produces Casa Turrent, was created so that the company’s flagship offerings could be made in a smaller factory. Hoill has been helping the Turrent family for the last few years and is now helping its sales operations in the U.S.

Charlie Minato

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