Cubanacan Adding Toro Vitola to Mederos Lines

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Cubanacan Cigars is celebrating its 10th year of doing business in the United States the best way it knows how: by releasing a new vitola.

The cigar company has announced that it will be adding a 6 x 50 toro vitola to the three different blends that make up the Mederos brand: Mederos Connecticut, Mederos Habano and Mederos Oscuro. This will be the first new extension for any of the three lines since the introduction of the Mederos Maduro Lonsdale in early 2014.

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Mederos Toro

Internally, the company says each of the three Mederos lines incorporate wrappers and binders from Ecuador as well as filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and are rolled at Tabacalera Cubanacan Cigars S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua.

According to a press release, the new toro vitola will be a regular production release.

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Brooks Whittington
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