Tuscan Assolo Limited Edition

New Limited Edition: Toscano Assolo

The Manifatture Sigaro Toscano during an event reserved for the press in Rome, in the splendid setting of Villa Laetitia presented the new Tuscan Assolo proposed in limited edition. Present at the event was Dr. Stefano Mariotti CEO of Manifatture Sigaro Toscano.

In an orchestra the soloist recognizes the ability of particular musical virtuosity. In that particular composition of aromas and taste, produced by the team of Manifatture Sigaro Toscano, now comes the “first violin”: the Assolo cigar, a bitroconic form, handmade, in a limited edition, unique in its kind because it is capable of giving off a symphony of dense sensations and flavors, in a balance between character, power and personality, the same that is required of a real music soloist. And to those looking for unique experiences.

The limited edition of the new cigar is due to the greater complexity and the longer time required for its manufacture. To produce this new magnum shape, the most expert cigar makers of the Manifattura di Lucca had to undergo a special training. The North American Kentucky band wraps a filling made up of Italian and North American Kentucky, a classic blend that is enhanced by completely new forms for the MST family: the proportion between belly (19mm) and oversized tips favors an enhanced smoking experience .

The Toscano Assolo cigar is presented to the market in a pack of five cigars, where we find the notes of the pentagram, to underline, once again, the uniqueness and uniqueness of a cigar that in the wide range of Sigaro Toscano manufactures takes the field as a virtuoso soloist.

Nicola Di Nunzio has been both a great lover and a passionate collector of Cuban cigars and memorabilia since the Noughties. He writes for Cigar Journal as well as the Italian magazine SIGARI!. Nicola is a member of the Puromotivo Torino Cigar Club, active as both secretary and treasurer. In addition, since 2011, he has been board secretary for the Cigar Club Association (CCA) in Italy. He is the main person responsible on the CCA panel, coordinates the editorial team of SIGARI!, and is, furthermore, panelist for Cigar Sense. Currently, Nicola works for Cigar Must Lugano and the magazine LiveIn.


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