Villiger has reinvented themselves by producing some amazing premium blends of late, like these savory Tobajara cigars developed by Heinrich Villiger. Originally sold only in Europe, Tobajara (a primitive native word for Lord of the village), has arrived on U.S. shores with a BANG using an all-Brazilian, ligero-enriched blend skillfully rolled in dark Mata Fina wrappers. Abounding with spice and semi-sweet elements, order a box of these intensely flavorful and affordably-priced puros NOW.
Honestly, I was not expecting this much enjoyment out of this smoke. This Brazilian puro, being my first, really made me sit up when I first gave this thing a whiff. Different and good. Burned great, perfect draw and upper medium flavors aplenty. I enjoyed this solid cigar and am glad that I have 4 more.30
I got four in a sampler I hope I just got a bad batch . The first was plugged. The second had the consistency of a sponge. The final two were a combination of both. If you like soft, squishy cigars with a tight, uneven draw, you will love these!11