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Ricochet's newest release is worth a shot!
With just a few years on the market, La Barba has ballooned in popularity among enthusiasts. Before finding his passion for cigars, co-founder Tony Bellatto was completely immersed in the wine industry as a brand representative and certified sommelier. Once the La Barba brand began heating up, he wanted to combine these two life loves. Under the creative conception that wine's timeline is essentially infinite and has managed to bounce around history relatively unchanged, the name Ricochet came to be and a new brand extension was born. Released to rave reviews, there's now has a new blend under the Ricochet umbrella, called Crü Mexi-Sol.
To be even considered for release under the Ricochet mark, a blend must beget a very specific set of aromatic intricacies and flavor profiles typically associated more-so with wine tastings than anything else. Ricochet Crü Mexi-Sol meets these requirements and more, with a juxtaposition of full-bodied spice to its soft, lightly sweet finish. Featuring an oily San Andrés Sun Grown wrapper with Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Pennsylvania long-fillers, the recipe results in a rewarding experience that compliments the original blend in beautiful fashion.
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I haven't had to worry about going to the barber for quite some time now, so when I saw a brand called La Barba, I jumped at the chance to 'get a new do'. Their Ricochet Cru Mexi-Sol blend is a beauty to behold, and as bold and satisfying as any on the market today.