The 10th cigar in Smoke Inn’s fan-favorite Microblend Series is returning soon, with Smoke Inn Cigars and Drew Estate re-releasing The Pope of Greenwich Village project on May 27th.
The Pope of Greenwich Village first launched in 2015, being rolled in a unique 6″ x 40 “short lancero” format. The cigars were a limited release, making use of a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, Connecticut stalk-cut Habano binder, and fillers of Nicaragua and Brazilian Mata Fina.
Pricing has understandably increased in the six years since the original release, moving from $8.50 to $10 per cigar ($99.95/10-count pack), though the blend and format remain identical to the original.
Exact quantities haven’t been divulged for this release, though the cigars are scheduled to debut during a virtual event hosted by Dababneh and Drew Estate on May 27th at 7pm (Eastern). As with the original, the cigars will be made available exclusively through retailer Smoke Inn Cigars.