This Premium Cigar Was Made To Celebrate Indian Motorcycles

Aug 13, 2019

Category: Vices

It’s true that nothing goes together quite like motorcycles and cigars, but if you’re looking to partake in one of the medium’s finest vices, quality is a valid concern. Now, Indian Motorcycles is bringing the two together in a more literal sense with the announcement of a new, Dominican-made cigar line.

The brand’s Maduro Collection features four flavorful offerings — the Robusto, Gordo, Toro, and Churchill — of which, the Toro appears to be the most appealing. Each example features a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, a filler that’s been sourced from the finest tobacco farms in Central America, and a premium Dominican binder. If authenticity is one of your primary selling points, don’t fret; Indian has joined forces with De Los Reyes, a leader in Dominican cigar making, to ensure that buyers receive the finest goods available. Head to Indian Motorcycle’s website for a rundown on the well-rounded collection.

Purchase: $9+

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