This is a discussion on Mazo??? within the Cigar Questions forums, part of the General Cigar Discussion category; So on CBid i've read alot of descriptions saying that the lot comes in a "Mazo" of however many. Is ...
Webster's has it as a handful or a bunch so I am guessing here that a bundle might come from the manufacturer that way while a mazo might be 25 various sticks that the retailer puts together from odds and ends.
So on CBid i've read alot of descriptions saying that the lot comes in a "Mazo" of however many. Is that just a special way to say bundle???
I have read that "bundle" can sometimes refer to a cellophane wrapped group of 2nds, so, I think some retailers like to use the term "mazo" rather than bundle to give that mental assurance that you are buying a group of 1st quality sticks.
mazo= fancy word for bundle. It sounds so much more refined and desireable to say a mazo of (fill in your cigar name here) as opposed to a bundle. Bundle for many has a negative connotation of poor quality or seconds.
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