Maya Selva and the Irías sister/brother master roller team were the special guests at the grand opening of the Havana Cigar Club in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The new upscale club is located in the renowned Rex Hotel. The grand opening was hosted with Humidor Vietnam and Cigraal, and sponsored by Flor de Selva, Villa Zamorano and Glenlivet. The Honduran master rollers captivated attendees with their craftsmanship.
Yolanda and Juan Irías were born in the town of Danli in eastern Honduras, where the main economic activities are in the agricultural sector, particularly those related to the tobacco industry. This sister and brother team work as cigar rollers in the San Judas Tadeo cigar factory, which is dedicated exclusively to the Villa Zamorano brand, one of the three brands under the Maya Selva Cigars signature. Both Yolanda and Juan can hand roll every size cigar produced in the factory, and they have both earned the title of Master Roller, Level IV.
Maya Selva Cigars kicked of the autumn season with the motto “Go with a Classic” in an all-day event in Paris to introduce clients and friends to the new release “Year of Pig”. This special edition celebrates the Chinese New Year with a blend of the best tobacco from Honduras and Nicaragua. Clients also had the opportunity to meet the newest member of the MSC sales team, Rémi Ripolles, who is now at the helm of the southeastern region of France.
Maya Selva Cigars helped celebrate three decades of the emblematic French company PNP. Jean-François from team MSC was a popular stop that evening for aficionados eager to enjoy one of the house cigars. The event was organized by the Au Coeur des Villes Group.