The Pi Synesthesia, the second blend from the newly-launched Ozgener Family Cigars, has arrived in stores.

It’s a 6 x 52 toro that uses an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over an Ecuadorian habano binder and Nicaraguan fillers. Like the company’s debut release—Bosphorus—it is made at Tabacalera Pichardo in Estelí, Nicaragua.

The Pi Synesthesia has an MSRP of $15 per cigar and is limited to 2,500 boxes of 12 cigars.

As for the name, it references an art series created by Cano Ozgener, the father of Tim Ozgener, founder of Ozgener Family Cigars. Cano Ozgener is best known to cigar smokers as the founder of CAO, but after selling CAO, he created OZ Arts, a Nashville-based art institute that occupies the old CAO headquarters. In addition to his work at OZ Arts, Ozgener was a prolific painter.

Crowned Heads, the distributor of Ozgener Family Cigars, said that late last month it began sending the Pi Synesthesia cigars to select accounts that have scheduled events with Tim Ozgener. It will ship to stores nationwide is heading to the company and will ship to other stores shortly.

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