Warped has a new project in the works called The Devil’s Hands, which is slated to come out in the fall.

It is reportedly a Nicaraguan puro that will be offered in a 6 x 44 corona vitola that will be priced at $11 and offered in 25-count boxes. It is made at AGANORSA Leaf’s Agricola Ganadera Norteña S.A. factory.

The company announced the new line via Cigar Aficionado. An email to Kyle Gellis seeking to confirm the accuracy of that report has not yet received a reply, though the company previously said that an official announcement was forthcoming.

Update (June 23, 2022) — Warped issued a press releasing confirming the above details, as well as that it will use a corojo 99 wrapper, criollo 98 binder, and criollo 98 and corojo 99 fillers. 

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