General Cigar Company has announced the Cohiba Serie M, the first Cohiba to be produced in the United States will be making a return in April. This year, the Cohiba Serie M will be released in a limited edition Corona Gorda.

The Cohiba Serie M is a collaboration between General Cigar Company and the El Titan de Bronze factory. It was first released in 2021 in a Toro size.

The blend features a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper – the first time that leaf has been used on a Cohiba cigar. There is a double binder with both leaves from Nicaragua. The fillers contain leaves from two regions of Nicaragua (Jalapa and Estelí) and also contain some Dominican Piloto Cubano tobacco. The Corona Gorda measures 6 1/2 x 48. A total of 5,000 ten-count boxes have been produced – the same as for what was produced in 2021 for the Cohiba Serie M Toro. Pricing is set at $29.99 per cigar or $299.99 per box.

In a press release, Cohiba Brand Ambassador Sean Williams commented, “Since its debut a year ago, Cohiba Serie M has been a resounding success. We’ve received high praise from cigar media, shop owners and cigar lovers who have called Serie M one of the most exciting Cohiba blends they have ever smoked. Together with Sandy Cobas (owner of El Titán de Bronze) and her team, we’re proud to release the blend in a new size, giving cigar connoisseurs another opportunity to experience the artistry of Serie M.”

Williams has a long relationship with El Titan de Bronze. When he was the owner of El Primer Mundo Cigars, Williams worked on many projects out of El Titan de Bronze.

The Cohiba Serie M Corona Gorda is set for release on April 4.