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Mark Twain was a busy guy, with an impressive resume. Despite a list of achievements including satirist, novelist, scholar, philosopher, humanitarian, and 5-year champion of the Philadelphia Wing Bowl (we’re not super positive about that last one), the man was never too busy to burn a cigar. His tastes leaned heavily toward the cheap stuff, and while the tobacco used in Mark Twain The Press is undeniably top-grade, even Mr. Twain himself would have smiled at the price point.
The blend starts with Honduran and Nicaraguan long-fillers hugged by a Honduran binder, and finished off with an Ecuador Sumatra wrapper. Weighing in at medium-body with a toasty-smooth profile of earth, oak, and leather, Mark Twain The Press makes the perfect companion for a relaxing lunch break with a cup o’ joe and the daily news.