Photo Credit: Gabriel Alvarez, Instagram

Maya Selva Cigars will introduce a new size into their Flor de Selva line.  U.S. Director of Sales, Gabriel Alvarez posted on social media that a new 6 x 52 Toro-sized vitola will be coming to the American market later this year.

Once released, the Toro will become the fifteen frontmark overall in this long-time line in the Maya Selva Cigars portfolio.  While blend details have not been disclosed, a unique thing about the Flor de Selva line is that each of the other 14 blends have a different tobacco architecture from one vitola to another.  The common denominator of the blend is that it features an Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper.

Maya Selva Cigars is also not a new company and neither is the Flor de Selva line.  It was launched in 1995 in France.  Over the past year, the company has made a considerable effort to expand its presence in the U.S. market.