Villiger Cigars has revealed updated branding for its La Libertad brand.
Previously, Villiger La Libertad–which translates to “freedom” from Spanish–featured a band with only the name “La Libertad” displayed. The new branding includes an elegantly designed cigar band that prominently features the Villager handmade premium cigar logo.
“The Villiger La Libertad is a cigar that is personal favorite and we are happy that this high rated brand will now be properly represented as a Villiger brand,” commented Rene Castañeda, president of Villiger Cigars North America.
La Libertad is made in the Dominican Republic at the ABAM factory by the company’s master blender, Matias Maragoto. The cigar is medium in strength with notes of nutmeg, cinnamon, and crushed peanuts in the first part of the smoke. The cigar transitions to notes of black tea with a floral finish. Villiger La Libertad comes in 20-count boxes and available in four different vitolas: Robusto (5 x 52), Torpedo Box-Pressed (5 1/2 x 52), Churchill (6 1/2 x 50), and Masivo (6 x 60). MSRP per cigar ranges from $6-$7.
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