Vintage Rock-A-Feller Announces Art of Magic

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This winter, Vintage Rock-A-Feller Cigars is scheduled to release a limited edition cigar that will help raise money for Phuck Cancer, a charity started by artist Jessi Flores.

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The cigar is a 6 x 52 toro that uses a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, while the binder and filler use Nicaraguan tobaccos. The cigar is produced at the AGANORSA Leaf factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. Each cigar is priced at $20 and sold in 10-count boxes. A total of 200 boxes have been produced, each signed by Flores, who designed the artwork for the release.

Vintage Rock-A-Feller is donating five percent of sales to the charity, which was started by Flores to help fund medical expenses for his daughter, Stephanie Nicole. Flores is best known for his time at Drew Estate and its Subculture Studios, where he designed a nearly countless amount of art for the company.

The cigar gets its name from the fact that Vintage Rock-A-Feller’s owner, Kevin Schweitzer, has been a magician since he was eight-years-old, and is a member of the Society of American Magicians.

Schweitzer said that the cigars are scheduled to ship at the beginning of January, barring any delays from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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