Preorders for the new Ambasciator Italico product, the Maturo have started this week. Needless to rush to the tobacconist, because it will not be available before the beginning of June. However, the Cigarslover team is able to reveal some more details.
The Maturo will be a bitroncoconic cigar with a generous ring gauge, made from a short filler of Italian Kentucky (from Verona and Val di Chiana) and North America, wrapped in a North American wrapper. They are aged for quite some time, but not as long as for the Superiore.
It will be sold individually in cellophane, with a band (brown with the word “italico maturo”), available in two different packages: two cigars for the price of 4 euros and five cigars for 9 euros.
Given the retail price and the information on the blend and the aging, it is reasonable to assume that it will be sought after by fans of Italian cigars made with Kentucky tobaccos.
The preview tasting will be published shortly.