HOLLYWOOD, FL – Aficionados of the Maya Selva Cigars economically-priced brand Villa Zamorano will be delighted to know that a new "Reserva" lineup has been added to the collection. The brand has been a favorite of connoisseurs since 2002, when it was first introduced as a bundled cigar. The premium cigars, made of Honduran long-filler at the brand-dedicated San Judas Tadeo factory in Danlí, Honduras, has gained a solid following in Europe since then, and its popularity has been boosted by robust sales in the United States and Asia.
For this new collection, Maya Selva has sought a higher quality of tobacco grown from the best Honduran fields. After many trials and tastings, she has finally settled on this new blend that will delight aficionados already familiar with the flavor and boldness of Villa Zamorano cigars.
First seen at the IPCPR tradeshow in Las Vegas and the Intertabac show in Dortmund in 2016, the Villa Zamorano "Reserva" collection began to ship to European retailers at the end of 2016 on a limited basis. Sales are slated to begin in the United States in 2018. The cigars will be available in seven sizes: Intenso, Expreso, Corona, Robusto, No.15, Gordo, and Churchill. They will come in attractive 25-count wooden cabinet boxes.
For the blend, the "Reserva" will feature a wrapper of Habano Jamastrán from Maya Selva Cigars' own farm, Santa Eulalia. The binder and fillers will be from a selection of the best tobaccos of Honduras. MSRP will vary by country available. More information will soon be available on our website, www.mayaselvacigars.com.