Villiger Premium Cigars
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Villiger Premium

They don't call it Villiger Premium for nothin'.

Founded in 1888, the Swiss-made Villiger brand has been producing high-quality, European-style cigars for nearly 125 years. Their Premium No. 6 Series delivers exactly as promised....premium all the way through....and very affordable too. All three blends come covered with a smooth natural wrapper and each one features a plastic filter tip for ultimate comfort. Whichever blend you chose, you are always guaranteed a quick and smooth, premium experience. 

No. 6 Sumatra
- Fillers from Zambia, Paraguay, and the Dominican Republic
- Balanced and distinct aromatic flavors

No. 6 Cherry
- Fillers from Zambia, Paraguay, and the Dominican Republic
- Sweet and tangy cherry flavors

No. 6 Honey
- Fillers from the Philippines, Italy, Indonesia, and Brazil
- Rich and sweet honey flavors

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No. 6 Cherry (Cigarillos) (3.7"x23)Shipping Constraints
Pack of 50In Stock$71.00
save $28.0139% off
No. 6 Honey (Cigarillos) (3.7"x23)Shipping Constraints
Pack of 50In Stock$71.00
save $28.0139% off
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  • These items cannot be shipped to Maryland or Washington state addresses.
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Overall Rating4 out of 5 Based on 3 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Very nice small cigar a
Very nice small cigar a little too pricey
5 out of 5
Villiger never has disappointed me.
Amazing little cigar. Very tasty and you can smell the aroma of cuban tobacco. Very good quality and for the price, you cant go wrong.
2 out of 5
While I very much enjoy Villiger's products, these were the exception. They are strange and unsatisfying. They were short, narrow, and burned like cigarettes. The plastic tip and filter can even melt and burn, creating a weird acetone, alcohol scent right before you should stop smoking. If left alone, they will burn themselves down to the filter like cheap cigarettes. As far as taste, there really isn't much there of the honey. Something vaguely floral, but not much sweetness. It was not harsh or unpleasant, but I would rate these better than gas station cigarillos, but not by much. 2/5.