Hudson, NH- Erin Go Bragh! St. Patrick’s Day is going to have a spark this year with the introduction of the St. Patrick’s Firecracker collaboration with All Saints Cigars at TPE 2023. Saint Patrick is known as the patron saint of Ireland and the Feast of St. Patrick, also known as St. Patrick’s Day, is held on March 17. United Cigars could not think of a better way to salute this year’s festivities than a commemorative United Firecracker collaboration with All Saints Cigars!

In 2007, the Firecracker line was born. The first cigar on the market with a long piece of tobacco at the head shaped like a ‘wick’ or ‘fuse’ to capture its name; Firecracker. After a few years on the market, the limited release Firecrackers came to life as United Cigars collaborated with a new manufacturer every year to create a celebration cigar for the nation’s Independence Day. Now, United Cigars extends their holiday collaborations with the St. Patrick’s Firecracker.

All Saints Cigars Founder Micky Pegg said, “St. Patrick’s Day deserves a little extra spark and the St. Patrick’s Firecracker is the answer. This was a special collaboration that led to several factory trips and the result is a beautiful blend capturing the All Saints profile with that Firecracker kick.”

All United Firecracker collaborations are different based on the manufacturers interpretation, but this collaboration is unique with its barber pole format of a candela leaf over an Ecuadorian Oscuro
wrapper. The same Oscuro wrapper All Saints Cigars fans will recognize from their St. Francis blend.

St. Patrick’s Firecracker
Origin: Nicaraguan
Wrapper: Ecuadorian Oscuro
Binder: Nicaraguan
Filler: Nicaraguan
Box Count: 20 Cigars
MSRP: $8.00 Single/$160 Box of 20
Production: 300 Boxes – 6000 Cigars
Factory: Tabacalera Villa Cuba S.A.

“We’ve worked extremely hard over the years to offer a unique perspective on blends for our Firecrackers,” said Oliver Nivaud, Director of Operations for United Cigars. “Celebrating any holiday with a Firecracker is a great start.”

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