Serino Ships Two Wayfarer Sizes

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Serino Cigars has rolled out the remaining two sizes in its Wayfarer line, which made its official debut at the 2017 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show.

Both the sizes are limited productions; only 300 boxes of 20 are being made of both the Wayfarer Dalia (6 3/4 x 43, $8.98) and Corona (5 1/8 x 44, $6.88). Carson Serino told halfwheel that the Dalia began shipping a few weeks ago while the Corona started shipping last week and will be fully shipped by the end of this week.

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That brings the total number of available sizes to six, with the first four vitolas—all regular production—shipping in mid-September.

  • Wayfarer Corona Gorda (6 x 46) — $7.70 (Boxes of 20, $154) — Regular Production
  • Wayfarer Robusto (5 x 52) — $8.50 (Boxes of 20, $170) — Regular Production
  • Wayfarer Sublime (6 1/2 x 54) — $9.48 (Boxes of 20, $189.60) — Regular Production
  • Wayfarer The 109 (6 1/4 x 50) — $9.20 (Boxes of 20, $184) — Regular Production
  • Wayfarer Dalia (6 3/4 x 43) — $8.98 (Boxes of 20, $179.60) — 300 Boxes of 20 (6,000 Total Cigars)
  • Wayfarer Corona (5 1/8 x 44) — $6.88 (Boxes of 20, $137.60) — 300 Boxes of 20 (6,000 Total Cigars)

The Wayfarer uses an Ecuadorian corojo 99 wrapper, a binder from the Jalapa region of Nicaragua and Nicaraguan fillers. Production is handled by Omar González-Alemán’s La Corona Factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

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