Ahead of IPCPR 2018, Bombay Tobak (best known for MBombay and Gaaja cigars) has announces a new brand under the company’s Vintage Reserve line, titled MQBA.
MQBA (pronounced “em-kyoo-bha”) marks new territory for Bombay, featuring a vertically integrated blend grown on the company’s own farm in Ventana, Ecuador. According to Bombay Tobak, the tobaccos used in the blend were planted in 2009.
Four sizes of MQBA will debut at IPCPR 2018, each retailing from $12 to $16.60 SRP.
MQBA will be showcased at the IPCPR 2018, in Las Vegas and will be offered in 4 vitolas: Diadem, Torpedo, Toro and Nikka. They all will be available in boxes of 24 and gift packs of 4 cigars (MQBA Diadem will be 3 cigars in a gift pack).