Drew Estate is adding a Petite Corona to its Leather Rose line, shipping next month. The 4 x 43 stick features a maduro wrapper around an undisclosed blend and will go for $6.95 or $166.74 for a 24-count box.
The new size was preceded last year by the 5 x 54 torpedo.
According to legend, Leather Rose rode back into the town of Deadwood and reunited with her sisters Sweet Jane, Fat Bottom Betty, and Crazy Alice, after leaving with one of her richest clients for parts unknown. Some say she made her fortune robbing banks before rejoining her sisters in Deadwood’s most notorious brothel.
“The four sisters of Deadwood are a notorious bunch of mysterious, wild, rebellious and provocative ladies whose infamous tales from the Old West are revealed with every puff of their captivating cigars,” Jonathan Drew, Drew Estate’s founder and president, said in a press release. “Like Leather Rose herself, Leather Rose Petite Corona is a sidewinder of a cigar that’s bad to the bone. She will capture our hearts but will never be owned. She’ll keep you warm during these crisp Autumn nights, but she’ll prove once again that love is for suckers, but cigars are for lovers.”
The spiciest of the Deadwood ladies, Leather Rose features a rich maduro wrapper around an aromatic and exotic blend of aged dark air-cured tobaccos that offers an enchanting bold and sweet profile with notes of cedar, oak, white pepper and earth that will leave you longing for more.
It will be available nationwide beginning in October.