Villiger TAA

A box-pressed, medium strength cigar, the Villiger TAA is handmade at Ernesto Perez-Carrillo’s famed Tabacalera Alianza factory in the Dominican Republic. Its reddish Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed wrapper expertly covers a Nicaraguan binder and a filler made of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. It is a balanced stick that delivers notes of spice with hints of sweetness. The Villiger TAA marks the first time that Villiger and Ernesto Carrillo have teamed up to create a cigar. It is available only through members of the Tobacconist Association of America (TAA), which is a group of the top tobacconists in the nation. It consists of about 80 retailers and 40 manufacturers.
  • Cigar Origin
    Dominican Republic
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Colorado
  • Wrapper
    Ecuadorian Sumatra-Seed
  • Binder
    Nicaragua
  • Filler
    Dominican Republic
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Tabacalera Alianza
Toro, Medium, Colorado, from Dominican Republic
Villiger TAA Exclusive 2020 Toro 6 * 54
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About: Villiger TAA Exclusive 2020 Toro 6" * 54
Good smoke, highly recommended
About: Villiger TAA Exclusive 2020 Toro 6" * 54
A beautiful cigar that is an out of the ordinary experience, when you smoke one you'll notice its unique flavor profile. this is a Friday night start the weekend off right smoke!
About: Villiger TAA Exclusive 2020 Toro 6" * 54
The Villiger TAA is a box-pressed, medium strength cigar with an Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed wrapper, a Nicaraguan binder and a filler made of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The Villiger TAA marks the first time that Villiger and Ernesto Carrillo have teamed up to create a cigar. When I did a pre-light draw, it provided subtle notes of wood, earth, natural tobacco sweetness, and a citrusy / peppery twang. As the flavor profile developed, the primary flavors became a smooth natural tobacco with notes of cedar. The white pepper notes were a close secondary while the citrus notes remained in the background. By the start of the second third, I felt the citrus notes had increased joining the natural tobacco in the forefront. In the last third, the natural tobacco flavors became more earthy. There was an increase in pepper towards the end, but it did not become overwhelming. The citrus notes remained secondary. The burn line remained relatively straight from start to finish. The resulting ash was a beautiful light charcoal gray, and the burn rate and temperature were both ideal. For me, the Villiger TAA is going to be a collector’s item, cheers.