Bundle cigars from Fratello. The brand will be releasing three different bundle blends. These are for the Fratello lovers that want a little extra bang for the buck. The cigars will be launched at the TPE Trade Show in Las Vegas later this month.
There will be three blends. Both blends will be available in bundles of 15 and in two vitolas. Those are a 6×50 Toro and a 5×50 Robusto. The cigars are made in the Dominican Republic. Fratello asked the oldest factory of the country to create these bundles for him.
The lines are named after colors. There’s a Fratello Blu, Fratello Rosso, and a Fratello Verde. The Blu has a Maduro wrapper. The Rosso is made with a Habano wrapper, although that will most likely be called Sun Grown for international markets. The Verde sports a Connecticut Shade wrapper.
Fratello expects that the cigars will be ready for shipping medio March of this year. The cigars are available for the international distributors of Fratello as well. For now, it’s not clear which of the international Fratello partners have ordered the new bundle cigars for distribution in their region.
The Fratello bundles aren’t the first cooperation between Fratello and La Aurora. The Fratello Oro and the Fratello DMV series are produced at the oldest cigar factory in the Dominican Republic as well. All other Fratello cigars are produced by the oldest cigar factory in Nicaragua, Joya de Nicaragua.
Fratello was founded in 2013 by NASA engineer and former pro-basketball player Omar de Frias. Being raised in the Dominican Republic, he always loved cigars. And he chased his dream of owning his own brand and left his job as NASA in pursuit of that dream. With success, as Fratello cigars are being sold in several markets, covering almost every continent possible.