Southern Draw Kicking Off July With Kudzu & Firethorn Petit Lanceros

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Southern Draw Cigars is planning to have a pair of new petit lanceros at retail in the first week of July, as the company is adding a 6 1/2 x 40 vitola to its Kudzu and Firethorn lines.

Both cigars will begin shipping on July 1 to all current Southern Draw Cigars retailers, with 5,000 of each blend being made available in the first shipment. A second round of cigars will begin shipping in September, with an additional 10,000 cigars available, bringing the total run to 15,000 cigars in each blend for 2016.

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The Kudzu’s lancero is named Axil, and uses an Ecuadorian habano oscuro wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder from Ometepe and a filler blend from Nicaragua, while the Firethorn line adds the Pome, using a blend of an Ecuadorian habano rosado wrapper over a Mexican binder and Nicaraguan fillers. Both cigars will be made at Tabacalera AJ Fernandez Cigars de Nicaragua S.A.

Each cigar will come in 20-count boxes and have a single cigar MSRP of $8.99.

According to founder Robert Holt, the company isn’t planning on releasing any images of the cigars until they begin shipping.

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