The Maya Selva Villa Zamorano Reserva Robusto was launched in 2016. The cigar is made in Honduras, at the San Judas Tadeo factory in Danlí. The puro features a Honduran wrapper growing in Maya Selva Cigars’ own farm, Santa Eulalia. You can learn more at the manufacturer’s website.
La Instructora Perfection Royal Corona was released in 2016 and is available in most of the United States. The cigar is made in the Dominican Republic, at Tabacalera Palma and features an Ecuadorian wrapper, a Dominican criollo ’98 binder, as well as fillers of Dominican criollo ’98 and piloto. You can learn more at La Instructora’s website.
The Casa Turrent Serie 1901 Robusto was released in 2015. It is made in Mexico with a Mexican San Andres wrapper, binders from Mexico (San Andres criollo) and Nicaragua, as well as fillers from Mexico (San Andres corojo and criollo) and Nicaragua.
The Oscar Valladares Ciseron Red was released in 2018. The cigar is named after Honduran artist Elmer Ciseron Bautista. It is made in Honduras, at Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co., with an Ecuadorian wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and fillers. You can learn more about the manufacturer at their website.
The Ashton Symmetry Belicoso, released in 2014, is made at Tabacalera Fuente in the Dominican Republic. It features an Ecuadorian wrapper, a Dominican binder and fillers from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. You can learn more about the cigar at Ashton’s website.
The Saga Short Tales Tomo I: Tales of High Primings is made in the Dominican Republic, at De Los Reyes. The cigar, released in 2016, features a Nicaraguan (Jalapa) wrapper, an Indonesian binder, as well as fillers from Dominican Republic and North America.
The RVGN (Rauchvergnuegen) #42 was released in 2016. RVGN is an engineers founded German brand currently available in the USA and in Germany. The cigar is manufactured in the Dominican Republic and features an Ecuadorian wrapper, a Dominican criollo ’98 binder, as well as fillers from Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and US (Pennsylvania). You can learn more at the RVGN’s website.
The Island Jim San Andrés #2 was released in 2018. It is made in Honduras, at Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co., with a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, as well as Honduran binder and filler. You can learn more at the manufacturer’s website.
Joya de Nicaragua Clásico Toro belongs to the first Nicaraguan line of puros exported from Nicaragua in 1968. Today it is made with an Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler. You can learn more at the Joya website.