Canada has been trying to sell cigars for the past five years, but it has failed to make a dent in the countrys cigarette market.
That has now changed, as the company is now launching a new line, Trinidad Cigars.
The company has unveiled a new logo that appears to be a cigar box.
It’s not a brand or a product name, but a cigar brand.
The new name Trinidad Cigarettes is intended to be “the brand to replace the last of the cigarettes,” the company says on its website.
It’s not clear why the company chose the name Trinidad.
The name is based on a Trinidad cigar wrapper, and it’s used to denote cigars with a darker wrapper.
The Trinidad brand was launched in 2017 by the cigar manufacturer, which is owned by the brothers Robert and Jonathan Trinidad.
It says Trinidad Cigarette will be a “smooth, light, enjoyable, affordable cigar experience” with “the right blend of flavour and flavour profile” that “contains the perfect amount of tobacco to deliver the right level of satisfaction.”
There is no word on how much the cigars will cost.
The company says the cigars are “the perfect combination of flavour, flavor profile, and strength.”
It’s unclear what sort of cigars the new line will contain.
A brand spokesman told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the cigars in the new lineup will not be tobacco, but “smokeless cigars.”
It doesn’t appear that the new cigar will have a “full-bodied, full-bodied” profile, the spokesman said.
The brand will have “a medium-full body,” he said.
“This is a premium cigar for those who want to try a premium flavor, a premium quality cigar,” Trinidad Cigara President Richard Barra said in a statement.