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Over a century of Villiger
Though the name may not be as familiar to us Americans, Villiger cigars are incredibly popular across the world. Though they’re perhaps best known for their machine-made cigars, you’d be doing yourself a disservice to ignore their premium handmade products. Take for example the 93-rated #10 Cigar of the Year, Villiger Flor de Ynlcan. Or, in this case, the Villiger 125th.
Villiger 125th features an Ecuadorian 2009 Habano wrapper leaf over Nicaraguan binder and long-fillers. Lighting this up, you’ll be greeted with flavors of pure, rich earth, slight spice, and hints of black pepper. It’s a complex bevy of flavors that keeps things interesting down to the nub, making this Villiger a cigar you can surely put your chips behind.