Two years ago, we first reported on the cigar brand Maravilla [Spanish for “wonderful flower”] – a promising blossom of a newcomer, but, sadly, due to management problems, one that quickly faded. Now it’s blooming once again, this time under Cuban oversight in the Dominican Republic.
In 2013, the Buena Vista Tobacco Factory relocated from Cancun, Mexico to the Dominican Republic, where it has settled into a new, modern factory. Its cigars – which, due to trademark rights, will be sold outside of the EU under the Buena Vista label – are rolled exclusively by 15 Cuban master rollers, all of whom learned their craft in Cuba’s best factories.
Every box highlights the torcedores through images and text, lending each cigar a personal touch. The former director of quality control at Partagás in Havana is now production director at Maravilla. All cigars are nestled in elegant boxes of 10.
Maravilla Edición Limitada
Mild blend of tobaccos aged three to five years
Bold blend of tobaccos aged five to seven years
Origin: Dom. Rep.
Filler: Dom. Rep.
Corona 130 x 18,3 | 5 1/8 x 46
Corona Larga 124 x 19,8 | 4 7/8 x 50
Short Churchill 110 x 21,4 | 4 3/8 x 54
Petit Piramide 125 x 20,6 | 4 7/8 x 52
Robusto 135×21,4|51/4x 54
Doble Robusto 144 x 20,6 | 5 5/8 x 52
Piramide 160 x 20,6 | 6 1/4 x 52
Prominente 180 x 19,5 | 7 1/8 x 49
Sublimes 164 x 21,4 | 6 1/2 x 54
Exclusive distributor to Germany, Austria, and Switzerland:
Garcia Import UG Berlin
This article was published in the Cigar Journal Summer Edition 2014. Read more