The first size in the line that celebrates Havana’s 500th anniversary gets a redux after nearly three years in the humidor.
Quesda’s Oktoberfest line continues this year with four different additions, making it one of the longest-running series of cigars in the company’s portfolio.
The Maria Lucia spans three generations of the Meirelles family. It debuted earlier this year in a 5 1/4 x 54 robusto extra size though more vitolas are slated for next year.
The Ferio Tego Timeless Ten Years celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Timeless line and not the 10th anniversary of the Ferio Tego brand, which has been in existence for less than two years.
The BYGONE is a collaboration between Serino Cigar Co. and David Imber. It debuted in July and is offered at stores nationwide.
After debuting as a limited edition in 2021, the Le Pâtissier line is back as a regular production offering with four new vitolas.
The Nica Rustica Adobe Robusto is a rare new cigar with a sub-$6 price point.
The debut line from Freud Cigar Co. gets its name from Dr. Sigmund Freud’s model for psychoanalytic theory.
After an eight-year hiatus, the Nestor Miranda Special Selection Connecticut returned to store shelves in May 2022.
There’s a new size of the Padrón Black blend, but you’ll have to know where to look in order to find it.
The sixth installment of the Four Kicks Mule Kick Limited Edition features the use of a new wrapper for the line.