Deliverance is set to become the eighth blend for Texas-based manufacturer Black Label Trading Company. The cigar features a Mexican San Andres Natural wrapper as well as a quadruple cap. Consistent with the rest of Black Label Trading Company’s portfolio, the Deliverance will be a limited production, small batch cigar.
“We are always experimenting with new styles of cigars. Our goal for all of our limited releases is to bring something totally different to our line up. The flavor profile and construction of Deliverance is unlike any of our other cigars and the label, well that speaks for itself! What I love about this cigar is that it’s gritty, raw and elegant all at the same time. The flavor profile is very diverse starting off extremely bold – combining earth, leather and cedar. As the cigar progresses you will notice a richness of cinnamon and cloves with a lingering salty sweetness.” Said James Brown.
Deliverance will be launched in two sizes – a Corona and Lancero. There will be a total of 500 boxes made per size.
Black Label Trading Company launched in 2013 with an six blends. In 2014, the company released its seventh blend, Morphine. This year, the company was named one of Cigar Coop’s Five Boutiques to Watch.
At a glance, here is a look at the Black Label Trading Company Deliverance.
Wrapper: San Andres Mexican Natural
Binder: Nicaraguan Habano
Corona: 5 1/2 x 48
Lancero: 7 1/2 x 38