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Lamborghini cigars!

Lamborghini cigars!

Lamborghini cigars! 750 479 Luca Cominelli

It has been announced the production and distribution of Lamborghini Cigars.

Two will be the cigars lanched soon: 350 GTV and MCMXCIV (that is 1994).

Both the releases’ names are not randomly chosen. The 350 GTV is the first car that was showed during the Turin Auto Show, in 1963. The MCMXCIV (1994) is the year when Lamborghini Latinoamerica was launched.

Lamborghini-cigars

The cigars share the same size: 7 x 56 (cepo 56 x 178 mm of lenght).

The tobaccos chosen for the 350 GTV Maduro blend are a San Andres wrapper (Mexico) aged for 5 years, a Nicaraguan binder and a filler made of Nicaraguan and Dominican leaves.

Lamborghini-350-GTV-Maduro

Lamborghini-MCMXCIV

The MCMXCIV blend is similar, but the wrapper is Habano.

Both the cigars will be distributed in the American market in 20 count boxes. Price will be 420$.