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LA PALOMA VINTAGE RESERVA PLUS 5 PACK MADURO ROBUSTO

La Paloma cigars, when first introduced, had substantial acceptance in the American marketplace at prices way above the present price. The Vintage Reserva edition is made from tobaccos that were not previously available but, having reached their maturity in early '08, are now available at lower prices. Hand made in the Dominican Republic with a rich Bahia Brazilian Maduro wrapper. Get a FREE Augusto Reyes 5-pack ($50 Retail Value).

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