Fratello Cigars has announced the launch of a new line called D.M.V. The name D.M.V. stands for D.C., Maryland, and Virginia and in the case of the Fratello D.M.V., it will be a regional exclusive to retailers in those regionsas well as Delaware.
The Fratello D.M.V. is produced out of the La Aurora factory, the same factory that produces the Fratello Oro. As for the blend, it features a Havana Arriba Ecuador (HVA) wrapper over a Sumatra Ecuador binder, and a combination of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and USA fillers. It is being released in four sizes: District of Columbia (Toro), Maryland (Gordo), Virginia (Robusto Extra), and Delaware (Robusto).
“The first retailer to carry my cigars was in Maryland, my launch event was in DC and Virginia is home to my business. This blend is my tribute to the DMV and to the retailers that helped put Fratello in the map,” commented Omar de Frias in a press release.
Fratello D.M.V is expected to begin shipping to retailers the last week of November.
At a glance, here is a look at the Fratello D.M.V.:
Blend and Origin
Wrapper: Havana Vuelta Ecuador
Binder: Sumatra Ecuador
Filler: Dominican, Nicaraguan, USA
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic
Factory: La Aurora S.A.
District of Columbia – Toro: 6 1/4 x 54 (9.00 MSRP)
Maryland – Gordo: 6 x 58 (9.25 MSRP)
Virginia – Robusto Extra: 5 1/2 x 52 (8.75 MSRP)
Delaware – Robusto: 5 x 50 (8.50 MSRP)
Image Credits: Fratello Cigars