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Lost & Found Cigars’ next release will be one whose profits will go on to feed the hungry. Lost & Found’s No Free Lunch is a special cigar with a purpose–100 percent of its proceeds will go towards charitable causes like feeding the hungry.

Lost & Found is a cigar company owned by Robert Caldwell, Tony Bellatto, and Jaclyn Sears. While there were big releases planned for the brand this year, many of those plans have been up-ended by the COVID-19 pandemic but Lost & Found decided to move up one of its planned releases and attach it to a charitable cause to help those in need.

“We had our first major release slated for this summer, but then Covid-19 came,” explains Robert Caldwell. “We saw on the news lines at food banks and soup kitchens not receiving enough funding or donations, and families waiting in lines for hours, only to get to the front and have no food available. We decided to move up our schedule and created this line with urgency in mind. Every penny made on the sale of these cigars provides food for someone who cannot provide it for themselves right now.”

No Free Lunch consists of four different blends, with some exclusive blends planned for certain retail partners in the future. For now, here’s what we know about the No Free Lunch blends that are planned so far:

Vitola: Toro (6 x 50)
Year of Production: 2012
Wrapper: Dominican
Binder: Indonesian
Fillers: Dominican
Retail: $89.00, 10-count bundle

Vitola: Robusto (5 x 50)
Year of Production: 2015
Wrapper: Ecuadorian,
Binder: Indonesian,
Fillers: Dominican
Retail: $79.00, 10-count bundle

Corona Gorda
Year of Production: 2012
Wrapper: Dominican,
Binder: Indonesian,
Fillers: Dominican
Retail: $69.00, 10-count bundle

Short Corona
Year of Production: 2016
Wrapper: Nicaragua
Binder: Indonesia
Fillers: Dominican
Retail: $49.00, 10-count bundle

Questions about this release can be sent to info@lostandfoundcigars.com.

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