Alec Bradley Cigar Co. next month will release a collector’s series of the Trilogy line, notable for its triangular shaped cigars. The trio of blends that make up the series – Trilogy Authentic Corojo, Trilogy Exotic Maduro and Trilogy Native Cameroon – will be released in collectable 10-count boxes designed to copy the original Trilogy released in the early 2000s.
The 6 x 52 Toros feature a Honduran Connecticut seed binder and fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras. Exotic Maduro features a Maduro wrapper from Jalapa, Nicaragua, Authentic Corojo features a Corojo wrapper from Jamastran, Honduras and Native Cameroon features a Cameroon wrapper from the central African nation of the same name. The Trilogy cigars are produced at Tobacos De Oriente, Danli, Honduras.
Trilogy will be exclusively distributed to appointed U.S. Tobacconists. Retail is $15 a stick/$150 a box.
“Although we’re in a ‘boom’ and tobacco is at a premium, we were able to secure enough premium aged wrapper, binder and filler for the three Trilogy blends,” Alec Bradley founder Alan Rubin said in a statement. “By doubling production, we’ve increased the probability that more of our brand advocates will have the ability to enjoy Trilogy.”
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