Beginning with the La Jugada Nunchuck release in 2014, MoyaRuiz has offered exclusive access to their ambitious projects for Cigar Dojo members. Due to the massive support of Cigar Dojo’s DOJONATION community in the early years of MoyaRuiz, they have released special, limited edition projects featuring Asian and martial arts inspiration—coinciding with Cigar Dojo’s own Japanese influence.
2016 marks not only the final Dojo-themed cigar from MoyaRuiz, but their final limited edition cigar as well (pending any changes to the forthcoming cigar regulations). Following a similar theme from 2014’s innovative La Jugada Nunchuck and 2015’s unconventional The Chinese Finger Trap, MoyaRuiz has introduced the new Dim Mak—showcasing their most premium blend to date.
Being that this is probably the last limited edition release our company will offer, unless something changes before August 8th, we figured we’d give our customers our best punch!
Dim Mak focuses on the mythical martial arts technique, which is said to cause delayed death, due to a single blow from the hand. Dim Mak is used only by grandmasters as a last resort when death becomes the only option. MoyaRuiz incorporates this theme as yet another not-so-subtle message to the FDA and their overbearing regulations.
Dim Mak will be released exclusively to Cigar Dojo members on August 5th, before making its public launch days later. Only 700 boxes of 10 cigars have been produced, with a select portion being set aside for Dojo members (exclusive sale through JR Cigar).
Cigar Dojo email newsletter subscribers will have access first, with a special link sent at 12PM Eastern Time. We will then post the link on the Cigar Dojo app at 12:30PM, and finally, on the Cigar Dojo website at 1PM.
Dim Mak – The Death Touch
- Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
- Binder/Filler: Nicaragua | Dominican Republic
- Factory: La Zona (Nicaragua)
- Production: Limited Edition (700 boxes of 10 cigars)
- Vitola: 5″ × 54 Robusto
- Price: $9.90 ($98.95/box)
The cigars are said to be among the most complex offerings to date from MoyaRuiz, showcasing a premium Ecuador Habano wrapper and the company’s first use of Dominican tobaccos—making for an intense balance of strength and full flavor.