The idea behind this blend was to produce a Corona-sized cigar with made with seven different tobaccos — five different fillers + the wrapper and binder. Unfortunately, it costs almost the same to produce this blend in a Corona as it does to make it in a Double Corona size and it needs to be made in the Corona to keep the flavor and strength profile.
The wrapper used on the Dirty Rat is grown in the Connecticut River Valley. And while it resembles Broadleaf, which is used on Liga Privada No. 9, it is actually the same Havana-seed wrapper that is used on the Liga Privada T52. The binder is Brazilian, and the filler is a mix of Nicaraguan and Honduran tobaccos.