Maya Selva Cigars has announced that there will soon be a 6 x 52 toro vitola in its Flor de Selva line, with the debut slated for the 2015 IPCPR Convention & Trade Show in July.

The price has not yet been confirmed yet, but it is expected to be in line with the other vitolas in the line, which generally range from $8 – $12 per cigar. Gabriel Alvarez of Maya Selva posted a picture of the cigar to social media recently:

Like the rest of the line, the cigar is being made at the Tabacos de Oriente factory in Honduras

The line is a Honduran puro, using a Honduran Connecticut wrapper with a Habano Jamastrán binder and filler of Viso Trojes and Ligero Jamastrán (Azacualpa) tobaccos.

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