If you want a super thin long-filler cigar, Quesada just might have a cigar for you. At the upcoming IPCPR convention and trade show, the company will introduce Quesada Petites, a 4 x 25 cigar made with Dominican filler and an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper.

The cigars are packed in boxes of 10, which retail for $11 per box, and sold in sleeves of 10. It joins a rebranded Oktoberfest, Big Bang sampler, Heisenberg chest and the full launch of the Charlie Moore-bradned Trelos Psaria line as the company’s new offerings for the trade show.

News of the cigar was first reported in Cigar Insider.

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