In an isolated mountainous region of Colombia near the Caribbean coast lies a region called Montes de Maria. There, for the past 15 years, a family of farmers has tended to an alluring tobacco known as Ica Mazinga. Derived from a Cuban seed first grown in Colombia in the 1820s, Ica Mazinga is a captivating varietal that burns beautifully and smokes effortlessly. The unique flavor of Ica Mazinga is harnessed in CAO Colombia, the first cigar to prominently feature Colombian tobacco. This mellow-to-medium-bodied blend is a savory smoke, boasting notes of toasted nuts sprinkled with briny nuances for an adventure into the unexpected.
By tim on Jun 12, 2018
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By Ricky on Jul 3, 2015
No, these cigars are just straight tobacco
By Tim on Sep 4, 2014