A limited-edition Don Reynaldo corona from Warped Cigars that hasn’t been released since 2014 is coming back, and it’s heading to stores next week.
Called the Don Reynaldo Coronas de Luxe, the cigar measures 5 1/2 inches by 42 ring gauge and sports a Dominican Corojo wrapper, Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua.
It’s made in Miami at the small El Titan de Bronze factory and will retail for $15.50 per cigar.
Don Reynaldo was originally launched in 2014 as a limited-edition, sentimental cigar that paid homage to brand owner Kyle Gellis' father. The following year, the blend became a regular-production brand, but Gelis omitted the Coronas de Luxe size.
According to Gellis, the cigar comes packaged in 10-count boxes, of which, only 100 will be released for a total commercial run of only 1,000 cigars.