Not to be confused with the modern Canadian brand, these Bances were handmade in Honduras. Originating in Cuba circa 1840, the Bances brand was a common Cuban namesake. In 1959, the brand was resurrected in the US, where makers quickly bought up as much premium Havana tobacco as possible.
The Cuban tobacco was stockpiled, and was used by Bances following the embargo. After years of being a top-selling Cuban tobacco brand in the US, Bances diminished into a lesser known story. This is a worldwide piece of history you have to try.
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