Last year, Bombay Tobak introduced a line of cigars known as the MQBA. This year Mel Shah, company owner, has decided to add to the line this year with the introduction of the MQBA MAYURA – pronounced (ma-yoo-ra). The name means “peacock” in Sanskrit language, which the company has embraced as “grace”.
Bombay Tobak is celebrating five years in the cigar business and accroding to Mel Shah:
To celebrate our five years in this beautiful cigar industry, we wanted it to be memorable.
The MQBA MAYURA uses vintage tobaccos from Paraguay, Peru & Nicaragua that have been perfectly blended with an HVA wrapper from their farm in Ecuador.
The MQBA MAYURA will be expressed in 2 vitolas and will come encased in individual glass tubes packed in 24-count boxes.
- Toro – (6 x 52)
- Robusto – (5 x 54)
Pricing has not yet been disclosed as of this date.
Production for the initial phase has been limited to 25,000 of each vitola. A full line of sizes has been in the production schedule and release.