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Warped Ships 2019 Edition of La Colmena Unico Especial

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After a five-year hiatus, the La Colmena Unico Especial by Warped Cigars is on its way back to retailers.

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Just like the original, the 2019 edition is a 5 x 48 belicoso with a covered foot that uses an Ecuadorian DesFlorada wrapper over an Ecuadorian binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. As with the rest of the La Colmena line, it is rolled at El Titan de Bronze in Miami.

La Colmena Vitolas

  • La Colmena Amado No. 36 (6 x 46) — $12.50 (Boxes of 10, $125) — October 2015 — Regular Production
  • La Colmena Amado No. 44 (5 1/2 x 44) — $14.50 (Boxes of 10, $145) — October 2015 — Regular Production
  • La Colmena Unico Especial (5 x 48) — $15 (Jars of 10, $150) — October 2015 — 1,000 Jars of 10 (10,000 Total Cigars)
  • La Colmena Black Honey (5 x 48) — $15.50 (Bundles of 10, $155) — January 2015 — 60 Bundles of 10 Cigars (600 Total Cigars)
  • La Colmena Reina (6 x 48) — $16.50 (Bundles of 10, $165) — April 2015 — 200 Bundles of 10 (2,000 Total Cigars)
  • La Colmena Amada No. 407 (7 x 40) — $23.50 (Boxes of 10, $235) — 200 Boxes of 10 Cigars (2,000 Total Cigars)
  • La Colmena Unico Especial 2019 (5 x 48) — $17 (Jars of 10, $170) — October 2019 — 950 Jars of 10 (9,500 Total Cigars) — not pictured

The company announced the cigar’s return in June, ahead of the 2019 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show where it was offered to retailers. It arrives priced at $17 per cigar, before taxes, and is presented in tin jars containing 10 cigars, of which a total of 950 were produced.

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