More than ten years after its original release, OLDE WORLD RESERVE once again returns to the cigar world. This time, the box-pressed brands are being rolled at two different factories. Olde World Reserve Corojo will be crafted in the Paraiso factory, located in Danlí, Honduras. [Olde World Reserve Maduro will be crafted in the TaviCusa factory based in Estelí, Nicaragua.] The relaunched OWR Corojo features a new Honduran corojo wrapper, along with Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos. The result is a medium-bodied smoke with unmistakable character.
Two Factories. One Brand. It’s the best of Both WORLDS.
Robusto (5 ½ x 54)
Toro (6 ½ x 52)
Sixty (6 x 60)
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