A Conversation with Angel Daniel Núñez
The man behind Macanudo cigars—and the Connecticut shade tobacco grown to wrap them.
From the Print Edition:
Dennis Haysbert, Nov/Dec 2006
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Q: Would it be possible you wouldn't be able to produce enough Macanudo and Partagas cigars?
A: Yes. Put it this way—my average prices of tobacco now are lower than the market, and the quality is superior. And the quantity is as much as I need. If the market had another boom now, I would be in the position to say "How much?" With the right tobacco.
Photos by Jonathan Smith
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