In continuing efforts to streamline branding, Villiger Cigars has added the Villiger name to the Cuellar cigar brand. Known now as the Villiger Cuellar Connecticut Krēmē, the company looks forward to consumers better identifying the Villiger family of products.
Villiger Cigars proudly announces that Manuel Garcia will join the Villiger International Handmade Cigar Division. This announcement comes as the company continues to bolster its rapidly growing premium handmade cigar presence in the market place.
I'm liking the direction of new Villiger releases. Villiger does a good job of maintaining a smooth tasting profile while at the same time increasing flavor intensities and slight bump in strength. This cigar is by far my favorite Villiger offering to date. Hope future releases continues this trend.
Even though price doesn't factor into the scoring, it is definitely worth mentioning that this is something that is a fantastic budget friendly cigar. For those that find the flavor profile enjoyable, it may well turn out to be an ideal daily smoke.
The flavors were pretty good, so it's a cigar well worth trying. The strength level makes it approachable for most smokers, it's just a darker profile that people will want to be aware of before getting into it.
Villiger North America celebrated their re-launch and the opening of their new headquarters in Miami with a by-invitation-only red carpet event, at its new location at 8107 NW 29 ST. Doral, FL. 33122. The Villiger North America re-launch was hosted by Mr. Heinrich Villiger himself and new Villiger NA President Rene Castaneda.