Sinistro Cigars is releasing new addition to their popular El Burro value line – the El Burro Connecticut. Displayed alongside the 10 Year Anniversary (Coast to Coast) cigar at this year’s Total Products Expo, this is the latest expansion of a project that was first released to the public almost 2 years ago to the date. By utilizing cost-effective packaging and allowing for lower margins, Sinistro is able to make these cigars available for price points below $6.00 and $7.00 each.
Utilizing Grade A wrappers and premium long fillers, this medium-plus strength offering was developed by craft blender James Agopian, and made at the El Artista factory in the Dominican Republic. The El Burro Connecticut features an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, Pennsylvania Broadleaf binder, and filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and the US (Pennsylvania Broadleaf). The El Burro Connecticut will be available in 20-count boxes as a regular production under the La Fabrica series, joining its Maduro and Corojo siblings, and is launching in the same sizes that the rest of the lineup is offered – Robusto, Toro, and Presidente.