"Just in terms of flavor this was actually a very good cigar. The smoke output was creamy, the draw was nice if I held it just right, and it burned well even with an almost destroyed wrapper. The size was very large though and with the lack of profile changes did make it a bit one dimensional." -Alan (Eulogy)
"Over all, a pleasant smoke with a good spice that hit the roof of your mouth and back of the throat, a good solid dark grey ash, plenty of smoke, very enjoyable after a day of dealing with sub zero temperatures and frozen pipes, it was warming indeed. Overall, a fine experience to cap off the day." -Joseph S. (Bearded Bastard)
I enjoyed this cigar a bit more than the Flor de Ynclan. I think it had the sweetness that the Flor de Ynclan was missing and full bodied to go with it. I thought the flavors worked well together and there were nice transitions from beginning to end. I really liked it.
Today, Villiger Cigars announced La Vencedora, a followup to their 2017 La Flor De Ynclan. 2018 is the 130th year anniversary of the company. La Vencedora translates to “The Victor” is the first full-bodied offering from Villiger Cigars.
VILLIGER CIGARS TO UNVEIL THE NEW LOOK VILLIGER LA LIBERTAD (Miami, Florida) December 13, 2017— In a continual effort to...
Villiger Cigars has announced they are bringing “Villiger do Brasil” to TPE 2020 later this month. Villiger do Brasil is a Brazilian puro which is offered in two blends, Claro and Maduro. It was made to celebrate Villiger’s history with Brazilian tobacco as well as showcase Villiger’s new factory in Bahia, Brazil also named “Villiger do Brasil."
Villiger Cigars has announced a new vitola to the Flor De Ynclan line, Flor De Ynclan. This will be limited to 500 boxes of 25 produced a year. This new size will debut at the 2018 IPCPR trade show in Las Vegas.
Villiger Cigars have opened a new factory in Brazil, Villiger Do Brasil (which translates from Portuguese to “Villiger of Brazil”). Heinrich Villiger was there for the opening of the new facility, marking the next evolution of a long relationship between Villiger Cigars and Brazilian tobacco, dating back to Villiger Cigars’ beginnings in 1888, when Villiger began importing Brazilian tobacco. This later led to establishing a Brazilian Villiger subsidiary, and factory called Charutos Tobajara Limitada. The name is derived from a tobacco growing Indian tribe in the Amazon area
"This was a good cigar, but I had higher expectations. The flavors were pleasing, but I felt for most of it it could have used some sweetness. If the whole cigar had tasted like the final third, minus the bitter nub, it would have scored higher for sure. I definitely want to try the other vitolas and give them more rest. Construction was great and I could see this turning into a very good smoke." - Emmett
(Miami, FL) October 23, 2017—Villiger Cigars proudly announces that Manuel Garcia will join the Villiger International Handmade Cigar Division. This announcement comes as the company continues to bolster its rapidly growing premium handmade cigar presence in the market place.