Sinistro’s Never Walk Alone Soft Launching This Week


Sinistro Cigars is releasing a limited amount of its newest cigar line this week, called Never Walk Alone.


The cigar is a toro vitola that measures 6 x 54 and uses a Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper, a Nicaraguan corojo binder, and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. It is being produced at La Aurora in the Dominican Republic and comes priced at $10.25 per cigar, or $102.50 for a box of 10 cigars.

The company is sending 150 10-count boxes to Omerta Cigar Co. in Oklahoma City, Okla., who will begin offering the cigar for sale on Thursday, Oct. 17. It will be available both in-store and via the store’s website. Once that allotment is sold out, the cigar will not be released until its full launch at the PCA Trade Show.

More sizes are in the works for Never Walk Alone, though the company has not yet finalized which will make it to retail shelves.

Image courtesy of Sinistro Cigars.

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