The Esclusivo Connecticut uses an Ecuador Connecticut wrapper over a Nicaragua binder and Nicaragua and Dominican filler. Esclusivo Connecticut will debut in a 6 x 52 parejo and the initial production is set to 300 Boxes of 20 cigars.
Omar de Frias is proud to announce the Fratello Navetta and Navetta Inverso Churchill as an exclusive cigar to Tobaccology. Production is limited to 5,000 cigars and is in a split box that features both blends side by side.
DMV stands for District (Washington DC), Maryland and Virgina and also includes Delaware. Similar to last year’s release, each DMV member gets their own unique size. This year Fratello is taking the next step by giving each state their own blend.
Fratello Cigars is pleased to announce and welcome Justin Harris as its new Director of Operations. Harris will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations in the company’s Springfield, VA office including but not limited to customer relations human resources, logistics, process and quality improvement and new initiatives.
Omar de Frias is proud to announce the company’s latest blend, the Fratello Piccolo. Different from the Fratello Classico, the Piccolo uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper with the same binder and filler as the Classico.
The Inverso boxer will debut at a 6 ¼ x 52 Box Press Torpedo with an MSRP of 13.00 per cigar. Navetta Inverso features an Habano Nicaragua Wrapper, Habano Ecuador Oscuro Binder and Dominican and Nicaragua Filler tobacco aged for 3 years before being rolled.
The Fratello Navetta Inverso Robusto had such a promising initial third. I loved the sweet and creamy coffee note with just the right amount of earthy minerals and spice. But past that point, the cigar became more average, losing out on the sweet and creamy aspects the first third was so good at showing.