Cigar News: Villiger Announces Cuellar Black ForestToday, announced a line extensions to their Cuellar series, which currently includes the Connecticut Krēmē. This new extension is called . is made in the Dominican Republic. The blend uses a dark maduro wrapper inspired by the real Black Forest in southern Germany, near to the border of Switzerland where the headquarters is located. The rest of the blend uses Dominican binder and fillers. Henrich and is described as a medium to full-bodied, full-flavored cigar. It is rolled at Tabacalera La Palma in the Dominican Republic and blended by Master Blender Jochy Blanco. The packaging of the resembles the aura of the Black Forest.

Cigar News: Villiger Announces Cuellar Black Forest Chairman of the Board Heinrich grew up near the Black Forest, which gets its name from the hundred mile stretch of large pine trees, which block the sunlight from reaching the forest ground. This along with fog creates an eerie ambiance, creepy  enough to have inspired some legends of werewolves, haunted monasteries, castles, and ancient Celtic cemeteries. German based authors, the Brothers Grimm based many of their dark fables on the Black Forest.

Heinrich said:” We very much look forward to releasing the , as it marries Caribbean artisan tobacco craftmanship with German/Swiss folklore, culture, and mysticism. Both our passion for tobacco and the culture are represented in this cigar.”

The comes in four sizes. MRSP is $7.80 to $8.40. Robusto 5 x 48, Toro Gordo 6 x 54, Churchill 7 x 50, Torpedo 6.25 x 52.