Oscar Valladares Ciseron Edition, named for Honduran artist Elmer Ciserón Bautista, who has been described as both Post-Cubist Subrealist and Post-Cubist Minimalist. Valladares selected five pieces of art from Ciserón that appear on the lid of the boxes, with 500 boxes of each design produced, each containing 20 cigars. Beyond the art, the cigar itself is notable for being the first one to be produced by Oscar Valladares that didn’t use Honduran tobacco as part of its blend. Rather, the cigar gets an Ecuadorian wrapper, while the binder and fillers come from Nicaragua. Regardless of which piece of art appears on the lid, the blend of the cigars inside the box is the exact same.