Proscrito Cigars has used “Fight Club,” as the inspiration for one of its cigars lines, now the company is shipping a new release inspired by “Pulp Fiction.”

The Marsellus Wallace is a new two-vitola line that uses an Ecuadorian maduro wrapper over a Dominican binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic. The company says that this is a limited production line, meaning it will make the blend so long as the tobaccos are available, pause production once those tobaccos are gone, and resume production once more of the “right tobaccos become available.” Proscrito is declining to disclose the name of the factory that is making the cigar.

There are currently two sizes available, but Proscrito says that different sizes will be made in the future:

  • Marsellus Wallace 5 x 50 — $9.75 (Box of 16, $156)
  • Marsellus Wallace 6 x 52 — $12 (Box of 16, $192)

Marsellus Wallace is a character in Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction,” played by Ving Rhames.

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