Best budget cigars, Villa Zamorano released in the year 2002 is the newest child to the Maya Selva family. The Maya Selva Villa Zamorano uses hand rolled finest quality tobaccos from the Jamastran Valley in Honduras. With mild to medium bodied strength the Villa Zamorano has a top-notch construction reflected on its smoking experience. The flavors are rustic and rich with hints of roasted coffee, spices and hay. The Maya Selva Villa Zamorano comes in the US in 6 sizes, i.e. Expreso 3 1/2 x 52, Corona 5 x 42, Robusto 5 x 50, No.15 5 1/2 x 54, El Gordo 6 x 56 and Churchill 7 x 46. To experience the taste of these Honduran puros at the best online prices place an order now at Cuenca Cigars. What to smoke to look as a famous cigar smokers without breaking the bank?
Back in 1995, Maya Selva started the production of Flor de Selva, and her main goal was the fulfillment of a dream. She wants it to mix together her Honduran and French origins. What a better way than becoming one of the Top Female that manufacture handmade premium Cigars? Today's brands include inexpensive cigar Villa Zamorano.
One of her main achievement was to be the first to introduce to the European Cigar Enthusiasts, Honduran Tobacco. In a world of Cuban Cigars, a woman manufacturing Tobacco was a real challenge. Honduran territory is a compound of red volcanic soil. Thus the Tobacco leaves cultivated in these regions are extremely peculiars in flavor profile and aroma. The Tobacco from Honduras has tasty woody flavors that expertly combined can produce an exceptional cigar, nothing to envy the Cubans. Only different.
Maya Selva worked closely with Nestor Plasencia, a Cuban descendant that fled to Nicaragua after the Cuban Revolution in 1959. Nestor then moved to Honduras during the Sandinista Revolution. Maya Selva worked with him to elaborate on a set of specifications for the production of her own blends. Then in 1995, the first box of cigars, carrying Maya Selva's name, went into the European world for sale in France. This was the first time the Brand Flor de Selva appeared to the cigar aficionados. After two years in the market, one of the renowned Cigar Magazine L'Amateur de Cigare gave the Flor de Selva Robusto the denomination of a classic cigar, one for famous cigar smokers to add to their list. Maya learned from the best: Nestor Plasencia.
By 1999, Maya Selva has experimented with Nicaraguan Tobacco. She then created her new brand Cumpay. The tobaccos used in this blend are specifically from the Jalapa Valley in Nicaragua. The name was also symbolic. Cumpay means rolled tobacco leaf in the Indian Tawakha dialect.
Maya, blending experience grow higher. In 2002 she launched a cigar that was handmade with long filler tobaccos and a price point similar to a machine-made cigar. With Villa Zamorano, she makes a statement; quality doesn't need to suffer; the end customer does not need to suffer also. She produces a rustic, rich, and very expressive smoke using Honduran Tobacco that obtained an award for Villa Zamorano Cigars!