Ever since the Cuban Ramon Allones Allones No. 2 Edición Limitada 2019 was launched in the U.K. this summer, the cigar has been slowly trickling into global markets. It’s the last of the three Limitadas for 2019, a cigar that technically should have come out last year, but late, sporadic launches have become commonplace for Cuban monopoly Habanos S.A., especially when it comes to limited editions and regional releases.

Neither the Montecristo Supremos nor the Quai d’Orsay Senadores (the other two 2019 Edición Limitadas) saw widespread distribution until 2020. In previous years, Cuba’s limited editions normally hit the market in the fall.

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Currently, the only Edicíon Limitada announced by Habanos for 2020 is the Partagás Legado, which measures 6 1/4 by 48. There’s no official word on a release date or any other upcoming 2020 Limitadas, although there traditionally are three per year.

Despite being so late in the year, many countries still await their allocations of the Allones No. 2, a cigar that measures 5 1/2 inches long with a 52 ring gauge. Below is a list that includes the major markets that have already received the cigars, some of the countries that expect to see them soon, the respective distributors and the suggested retail prices per cigar.

Asia Pacific via Pacific Cigar Co. Ltd. 
Status: Received
Retail Price: HK$398 (about $51)

Canada via Havana House
Status: Received 
Retail Price: C$43 (about $33)

France via Coprova S.A.S. 
Status: Expected soon 
Retail Price: N/A

Germany via 5th Avenue Products Trading GmbH
Status: Expected soon
Retail Price: 15.90 euros (about $19)

Lebanon via Phoenicia Trading A.A.
Status: Received
Retail Price: $17.50 (Beirut duty-free shops)

Spain via Tabacalera S.L.U. 
Status: Expected soon 
Retail Price: 16 euros (about $19)

Switzerland via Intertabak A.G. 
Status: Expected soon 
Retail Price: N/A

United Kingdom via Hunters & Frankau Ltd.
Status: Received
Retail Price: £28.50 (about $37.50)

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