Recluse OTG Habano Becomes Fifth New Line for IPCPR 2016


The sixth of Recluse Cigar Co.’s nine new blends being released at the 2016 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show will be the Recluse OTG Habano.

Recluse OTG Habano open box


The line uses a habano wrapper from an undisclosed country over fillers from the Dominican Republic and the San Andrés region of Mexico. It is the fourth extension to the company’s original OTG Maduro line.

As with the other lines that have already been announced, the Recluse OTG Habano is being released in fourteen sizes: Petit Corona (4 x 42, $5.95), Corona (5 3/4 x 46, $6.75), Robusto (5 x 52, $7.50), Toro (6 1/4 x 50, $8.50), Belicoso (6 1/2 x 56, $8.95), Lancero (7 x 38, $8.95), Tarantula (6 x 60, $9.50), Excepcionales (7 1/2 x 56, $9.75), Sidewinder #1 (5 x 57, $8.50), Sidewinder #2 (6 x 57, $9.50), Sidewinder #3 (7 x 57, $10.50), Kanu #1 (6 x 54, $10.25), Kanu #2 (7 x 52, $10.95) and Kanu #3 (8 x 58, $11.95).

Recluse Cigar Co. has also announced the OTG Connecticut, OTG Dominican Puro, Amadeus Corojo Reserva and Los Cabos.

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