After a long planning process Casdagli Cigars adds to its lineup the Villa Casdagli Line consisting of four vitolas. It has been launched at this year’s TPE show held 12-14 May in Las Vegas. The Villa Casdagli Line will be available as a general production cigar to Casdagli Cigars’ distributors worldwide from June 2021.
The Villa Casdagli Line consists of 4 vitolas:
Toro (152 x 21,4 | 6 x 54)
Pigasus (127 x 21,4/23 | 5 x 54/58 figurado)
Corona Gorda (140 x 18,3 | 5 1/2 x 46)
Robusto (127 x 20,6 | 5 x 52)
While the rest of the lineup’s vitolas are a classic choice, the Pigasus pays homage to its original “flying pig” – one of the first cigars to be created for Bespoke Cigars (Casdagli Cigars’ predecessor) in Cuba during the 1990s.
The blends of the new lineup are based on the Daughters of the Wind Robusto that was solely produced for the US market. It consists of Peruvian, Dominican and Nicaraguan filler tobaccos, an Ecuadorian binder and Ecuadorian wrapper.
Casdagli Cigars’ cooperation with the Tabacos de Costa Rica SA, then known as Vegas Santiago, started in 2012. The design of the Villa Casdagli cigar ring and cigar box seek inspiration from Villa Casdagli, the home of Casdagli family patriarch Emmanuel Casdagli in the early 1900s in Cairo, Egypt.
All cigars come in 12 count boxes.
Market release: Available from June 2021
Made in Costa Rica by the Tabacos de Costa Rica S.A.