While the company makes a set of core vitolas regularly, its lines also feature cigars that are limited in production, though made annually. Next year, the company will add sister sizes for three of those cigars.
For example, this year the CroMagnon line got a limited production extension called Mandible Mastodon. Next year the Aquitaine line, a sister blend to CroMagnon, will be receiving the same vitola.
Mastodon is a box-pressed version of the 4 1/2 x 60 Mandible vitola. The Aquitaine version will arrive in May. Pricing is set at $8.70 and the initial production is limited to 400 boxes of 24s.
In addition, the Aquitaine line will also get a Slobberknocker. The 7 1/2 x 56 double capped parejo has been around since 2012 for the CroMagnon line. The Aquitaine Slobberknocker will debut in April. The initial production is limited to 150 boxes of 10 cigars with pricing set at $15 per cigar.
Finally, the Intemperance EC XVIII will be getting its own 5 x 56 pressed cigar. That cigar is called Goodness and it will arrive in February. Pricing is set at $8.70 per cigar and there will be 500 boxes of 12 cigars.
The other Intemperance line, BA XXI, got the vitola in 2014. It is known as Revenge.
Previously released cigars will also make their annual appearances in 2019:
- January — CroMagnon Fomorian
- March — Intemperance EC A.W.S. IV
- May — Aquitaine EMH Saber Tooth
- June — CroMagnon Mandible Mastodon
Finally, the company says it has one additional release, though details about that cigar are expected to be announced at a later date.