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March 3, 2020

A GLIMPSE INTO OUR HISTORY
 

The much-desired positioning of the Flor de Selva, Villa Zamorano and Cumpay brands on the cigar market was no accident. At the age of 16, Maya Selva moved from Honduras to France in order to continue her studies. She returned in 1995, eager to gain experience, particular...

February 8, 2020

This year is the 25th anniversary of Maya Selva Cigars – a true milestone in our history of providing aficionados around the world with a great smoking experience. We kicked off our year-long schedule of festivities right where it all started, the city of Danlí in Honduras. The event was an opportun...

February 8, 2020

The daring effort launched 25 years ago by Maya Selva brought Honduran cigars to the European market, which until now, had been dominated by Cuban cigars.

Maya Selva, daughter of a French mother and a Honduran father, originally studied at the Ecole Internationale des Sciences du Traitement de l'In...

February 8, 2020

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – At the recent TPE show, Maya Selva Cigars introduced a new sampler pack for the Villa Zamorano Reserva collection.
Designed to look like a beer or soda can, the sampler contains 5 cigars – Expreso, Robusto, El Gordo, N°15 and the NEW Soberano. The handy container can also be used...

February 8, 2020

Officially launched during the latest TPE show, the NEW VZ RESERVA SOBERANO is hand-rolled with premium tobacco, staying true to its blend collection. After the successful debut of the classic Villa Zamorano Soberano at Intertabac last year, Maya Selva decided to add this increasingly popular cigar...

September 3, 2019

Get to know a bit more about the land where the brand Cumpay is hand rolled.

ESTELÍ

Estelí is the third largest city in Nicaragua and is located in the Estelí department, roughly 150 km north of Managua. The city is the gateway to the northern regions of the country which makes it an active agricultur...

August 1, 2019

Get to know a bit more about the land where the brands Flor de Selva and Villa Zamorano are produced.


Terroir is the set of all environmental factors that affect a crop's phenotype, including unique environment contexts, farming practices and a crop's specific growth habitat. Collectively, these con...

August 1, 2019

Danlí is a city in eastern Honduras in the Department of El Paraíso, just 92 kilometers from Tegucigalpa. The city’s economy is primarily agricultural, with the main crops being tobacco and corn. Surrounded by rolling pine covered hills, Danlí is commonly known as the City of Hills.

Danlí is famous f...

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