Fratello Cigars has begun shipping its new Fratello Camo Bundles, a trio of value-priced smokes that come in three different wrapper types.

Originally slated to be released in March, the Camo Bundles were delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The new cigars come in three blends: Fratello Blu, Fratello Rosso and Fratello Verde. All three versions are made with Indoniesian binder and filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, but each version is covered by a different wrapper.

Fratello Blu is made with a maduro wrapper; Rosso features a Cuban-seed cover leaf grown Ecuador; and Verde is covered in Connecticut-seed leaf from Ecuador.

Each Camo Bundle consists of 15 cigars and is offered in two sizes, a 5 inch by 50 ring gauge robusto and a 6 by 50 toro. The cigars are quite inexpensive for premium cigars, with suggested retail prices shy of $4. The robusto is set to retail for only $3.25 while the toro carries a price of only $3.50.

The cigars are handmade, produced at the La Aurora Factory in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

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