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Villiger is releasing a robusto sampler. A sampler with four different Villiger cigars in the popular Robusto vitola. The Swiss cigar manufacturer produces both premium handmade cigars and machine-made cigars. But the four robustos in the sampler pack are all premium handmade long-fillers from Villiger wide portfolio of cigars. The sampler is to enjoy the exquisite variety of tobacco. And to be inspired by the diverse flavors

Ministry of Cigars - Villiger is releasing a robusto sampler

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The question that arises now that Villiger is releasing a robusto sampler is what cigars are featured. And that is an answer we can provide. The Robusto sampler comes with four cigars. The Villiger 1492, Villiger Do Brasil, Villiger La Meridiana, and Corrida. All cigars measure 5 inches with a ring of 50. Except for the Corrida, which is 55 RG thick.

The Villiger 1492 Robusto uses an Ecuadorian wrapper and an Indonesian binder. The filler comes from the Dominican Republic. The Villiger Do Brasil Maduro robusto is a Brazilian puro. The wrapper is Arapiraca. The binder is Bahiano. The filler consists of Mata Fina and Mata Norte tobacco. Villiger uses all Nicaraguan tobacco for the Villiger La Meridiana. And finally, there is the Corrida Honduras. The name itself gives the origin away, this is a Honduran puro.

Ministry of Cigars - Villiger is releasing a robusto sampler

About Villiger 

Villiger Sons Limited was established in 1888 by Jean Villiger in the small town of Pfeffikon, Switzerland, where Villiger remains headquartered to this day. The company manufactures and sells more than 1.5 billion cigars annually, world-wide. Today the Villiger group is under the leadership of the third generation, Heinrich Villiger The company prides itself on its commitment to quality, in all its products made in many countries around the globe.

The Villiger Group employs around 1500 people worldwide. Swiss production is in Pfeffikon in the canton of Lucerne. The German manufacturing companies are located in Waldshut-Tiengen and in Bünde in the province of Westphalia. In addition, tobacco is processed in the Indonesian free trade zone Ngoro and in the Brazilian Bahia.

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