Villiger 1888 Nicaragua cigars represent a remarkable chapter in the long and storied history of Villiger Cigars. In 1888, Jean Villiger founded this Swiss cigar brand, and over the years, it has evolved to become a global name renowned for its quality and craftsmanship. Their venture into the Nicaraguan cigar scene with the 1888 Nicaragua series is a testament to their commitment to exceptional tobacco experiences. At the heart of these cigars is a carefully selected Ecuadorian Sumatra-Seed wrapper, known for its rich and robust flavors. Beneath the wrapper lies a Nicaraguan binder and a blend of Nicaraguan tobacco that hails from Estelí, Jalapa, and Ometepe, renowned regions for producing some of the finest tobacco in the world, and Pennsylvanian tobacco. The combination results in a medium-bodied smoke.
This combination creates a balanced and satisfying smoking experience, making it a go-to choice for both novices and seasoned cigar enthusiasts. The dedication to quality doesn't stop at the blend. The construction of these cigars is impeccable, ensuring an even burn and a satisfying draw. Each cigar is a work of art, a reflection of Villiger's long-standing commitment to the craft. Villiger 1888 Nicaragua cigars are a testament to Villiger's legacy and their expansion into Nicaragua's fertile soil. The blend, construction, and flavors make them a compelling option for those seeking a well-rounded and flavorful Nicaraguan cigar experience. These cigars encapsulate the culmination of centuries of tobacco craftsmanship, offering enthusiasts a taste of Villiger's expertise.
Unique Blend Attributes: These cigars are a sequel to the original Villiger 1888 cigars.
Strength Profile: Medium
Master Blender Tasting Notes: "Villiger 1888 Nicaragua cigars deliver a complex flavor profile characterized by notes of cedar, leather, and spices. The Nicaraguan tobacco lends a delightful earthiness and a subtle touch of sweetness."
Accolades: Cigar Aficionado awarded Villiger 1888 Nicaragua cigars multiple 85+ point ratings.
Made in: Nicaragua
Master Blender: Heinrich Villiger
Owner: Villiger Group