Lost & Found has unveiled its latest project, El Pavo, which translates to “The Turkey.” El Pavo is part of Lost & Found’s charitable initiative, No Free Lunch.
This is the 6th charitable-focused release of the year from Lost & Found. El Pavo is a 100 percent Nicaraguan puro and features a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper. As with all the lost & Found releases, El Pavo will be available in limited quantities with only 7,500 cigars being released. The profits from each back will go on to feed a family of five during Thanksgiving.
GAF and No Free Lunch are ongoing charitable initiative programs from Lost & Found. The company continues to donate to causes that it finds worthy and necessary. El Pavo specifically benefits the Miami Rescue Mission organization, a 501 C-3 organization, a group that has been feeding the hungry for 98 years.
“Lost & Found has been working with several partners, and we will continue to release a series of cigars whose sole purpose is to finance charitable causes. These will be mainstay brands which will continue to donate their proceeds forever,” commented Tony Bellatto, co-owner of Lost & Found.
Questions about this release can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.