Cigar Review: Villiger 125th Habano

Basic Information: Villiger 125th Habano

Manufacturer – Villiger Cigars

Size – Gorda

Wrapper – Habano

Tobacco Blend – Nicaraguan

Pricing – $3.50

Body – Medium 


This cigar is a matte rusty orange brown in color with a few bigger veins and invisible seams. 


Aroma – Cedar and Spice

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Cedar

After Toast:

First Third – Oak wood and spice take stage upon light followed by an earthy finish. Some cedar notes come out in this third and the earthy note on the finish picks up some nice leather flavor as well. The burn is sharp and ash holds through the third. 

Second Third – Wood,  spice and earth continue into this third with the deep cedar note moving to the finish. The burn remains sharp and ash fell at the mid point of the cigar. 

Final Third – Spice and earth really take over here in the final third. The light cedar finish is a really nice ending to a fine smoke. The burn remains sharp. 

Suggested Pairing:

Scotch – Johnnie Walker Black

Wine – Pago Negralada Tempranillo 

Overall Experience:

This Villiger 125th Habano is a fantastic smoke experience for a budget conscious aficionado looking for a solid medium bodied stick. The oak, earth, leather, spice and cedar all rotate around to tantalize the palate throughout the entire experience. We typically find these at Cigars International.

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Villiger 125th Habano