Mombacho cigars are now available in Spain. The Nicaraguan cigar manufacturer and the Spanish distributor La Casa del Tabaco signed a distribution agreement. Spain is the 15th country where Mombacho cigars are officially available.

Mombacho is the odd one out when it comes to Nicaraguan cigars. First of all, they only produce Nicaraguan puros. The company won’t use tobaccos from any other country. And the factory is not located in the epicenter of the tobacco industry Esteli. Their factory is in the historic town of Granada. In the old home of the Italian architect who’s responsible for a lot of the historical buildings in Esteli. The factory, Casa Vafilli, is named after that architect as well.


“Since years ago, I’ve been in constant contact with La Casa del Tabaco executives about distributing Mombacho Cigars in Spain. Spain is the largest premium cigar market in Europe. I’m extremely happy to have a partner there. Our goal for 2020 is to keep expanding worldwide. I’m thrilled that Mombacho Cigars is represented by such a serious and renowned company. And that we are now available in Spain, the country that historically started the premium cigar business”, said Claudio Sgroi, President and Master Blender of Mombacho Cigars in a press release.

Ramon Zapata, president of La Casa del Tabaco continues. “I have known Claudio Sgroi for many years now. I have had the privilege of visiting him many times in Granada (Nicaragua). During my first visit to Casa Favilli, I was surprised by its beauty. A historic colonial mansion converted into a cigar factory and perfectly preserved thanks to Mombacho’s work. Mombacho produces cigars of the best quality with a focus on small batches, at their boutique factory. It is an honor for La Casa del Tabaco to be chosen by Mombacho Cigars as their partner in Spain” 

La Casa del Tabaco already received the first shipment including Tierra Volcan and Liga Maestro. The cigars are currently being shipped to retailers all over Spain.

Ministry of Cigars -Mombacho cigars are now available in Spain

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