Pospiech Inc., the distribution company behind Powstanie, has announced a new, one-off cigar called The Bangarang.

It’s a 6 x 48 toro that is being produced at AJ Fernandez’s San Lotano Factory in Ocotal, Nicaragua. The Bangarang is a project created by Pospiech and Espinosa Premium Cigars, the latter of which uses San Lotano to produce many of its blends.

The company is declining to disclose what tobaccos are used for the cigar. In a press release, it says, “the wrapper is undisclosed, the filler is irrevocable, and the binder is sophisticated yet unpretentious.”

Bangarang has an MSRP of $10.50 per cigar and is limited to 250 bundles of 20 cigars.

“We believe we can play to a factory’s strong suit and create cigars with amazing flavor profiles,” said Mike Szczepankiewicz, owner of Pospiech, in a press release.

Pospiech is best known as the distributor for Powstanie, which is owned by the Szczepankiewicz brothers. The brothers also own and operate Cigar Hustler, a retailer in Deltona, Fla. The company says that orders will ship out to other retailers before the cigar will become available at Cigar Hustler. Those shipments will begin this week.

Charlie Minato

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