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 are crafted in the Paraiso factory, located in Danli, Honduras. Olde World Reserve Maduro will be crafted in the TaviCusa factory based in Esteli, Nicaragua.
The relaunched OWR Corojo features a smooth Honduran corojo wrapper, along with Nicaraguan filler and binder tobaccos. The result is a medium bodied smoke with nutty notes and a hint of coffee bean.
Two Factories. One Brand. It’s the best of Both WORLDS.
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