Backwoods cigars were introduced nationally in 1981 and were an overnight success.
Their unique structure and look, wild and mild as it was called, with a frayed end, tapered body and unfinished head, had great appeal to cigar smokers.
Smokers identified the cigar’s image with the cowboy smoke from America’s wild west.
The rustically designed airtight foil pouch, added to that look and, importantly maintained the cigar’s high moisture level.
1 – 5 Unit(s), 10 Units, 20 Units