M.Esteli Torpedo

Naming cigars after Estelí, Nicaragua’s cigar capitol, is nothing new. Most of the time when the city’s name is used, it’s because either the tobacco...
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MBombay MQBA Torpedo

For its most recent line, MBombay focused on the uniqueness that comes with using tobaccos from a single farm, in this case, a 70-acre plot...
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MBombay Classic Torpedo

Early last month, MBombay Cigars began shipping the newest vitola in its Classic line, the 6 x 50 Torpedo. However, the seemingly routine release had...
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MBombay Gaaja Maduro Toro

When MBombay announced it was adding a maduro version of its Gaaja line, the plan was for it to come in two vitolas. However, earlier...
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MBombay Gaaja Toro

In the summer of 2016, Mel Shah not only decided that the time was right to release a new cigar line, but he decided that...
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MBombay Gaaja Maduro Torpedo

In July 2016, Bombay Tobak launched the original MBombay Gaaja, a cigar made up of in a single 6 x 54 box-pressed toro size whose name is...
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MBombay Kēsara Vintage Reserve Nikka

In late 2015, MBombay Tobac released the Kēsara Vintage Reserve Nikka, a 6 1/2 x 46 corona extra named after owner Mel Shah’s wife. It used a modified...
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MBombay Vintage Reserve Lancero 1973

I’ve smoked a lot of lanceros, hundreds of different ones in fact. They aren’t big sellers and a lot of that has to do with...
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MBombay Gaaja

Mel Shah of Bombay Tobak has embraced his heritage in all of his cigars, naming lines and vitolas for Sanskrit terms. For his latest cigar,...
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MBombay Kēsara Vintage Reserve Nikka (Prerelease)

In November, Bombay Tobak announced the addition of both a new blend and a new vitola with a familiar moniker: the Kēsara Vintage Reserve Nikka. While...
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MBombay Mōra Toro

Last year, MBombay entered the market with three lines in a relatively quick period of time: Classic, Maduro and shortly thereafter, Mōra. The latter is a...
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