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Great things come from unexpected places.
If you’re a seasoned world-traveler, or paid close attention in geography class, you may have heard of the Baku people. For the rest of us, the Baku are an ethnic group that calls the rainforests of southeast Cameroon home. If the name is new to you, try RoMa Craft’s new Baka cigar, and you’ll never forget it.
The only details we were given about this mysterious cigar is that it was hand-crafted in Nicaragua and wears a wrapper leaf from southeast Cameroon. The binder & long-filler blend are undisclosed, but the RoMa Craft Baka still managed to catch quite a bit of hype upon its announcement. It lives up to that hype, too, coming in compact sizes but absolutely booming with complex, medium-bodied flavors of toasted earth, nuts, vanilla, and spice. If you’re tired of the same old tastes, pick up a box of RoMa Craft Baka, and light up one of the most unique cigars in recent memory.