So, this cigar has a fine Honduran Jamastran wrapper, a rich Cameroon binder, and some decent Brazilian filler. But who cares about that stuff, this one is all about that 70% Colombian filler leaf! Here’s the story: it’s a Cuban-seed tobacco that’s been grown in Colombia for hundreds of years, called “Ica Mazinga.” It’s grown in an isolated mountainous region of Colombia, where the soil is full of the minerals needed to provide it with its unique character. The resulting flavors of earth, wood, black cherry, nougat, and cashew are a cigar blend you won’t find anywhere else any time soon. This is a unique smoke that would be a welcome puff for anyone in search of something a little different.
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