You might want to be careful where you leave your box of Oscar Valladares’ newest cigar line, not just because of the cigars inside, but because he’s camouflaging them. At the upcoming IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, the Honduran cigar maker will roll out a new line called Wild Hunter, a pair of Honduran puros that gets its inspiration from heading out into the woods on a hunt.
The first blend uses a natural wrapper from Honduras’ Copan region while the second blend uses a dark oscuro leaf, also from Copan. The binder and filler of both cigars come from Honduras, in particular from Valladares’ own farm, La Entrada a Copan and El Paraiso, to give consumers what the company calls the full experience of Honduran flavor.
Both cigars are regular production, offered in a 6 x 52 toro vitola that is priced at $9.50 per cigar and offered in 20-count boxes. The line will begin shipping during the first week of July.
Images courtesy of Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co.