The Mombacho Casa Favilli is named for Mombacho’s Granada-based factory, which is a historical landmark that was converted from a colonial mansion into a cigar factory in 2014.
A truly outstanding place where every detail of the cigar making process is carefully thought out. Under the watchful eye of master blender Claudio Sgroi, who is a stickler for quality control, Casa Favilli Factory is more like a cigar temple to say the least. The cigars follow the brand’s style of incorporating only Nicaraguan tobaccos, but the wrapper used for this special cigar is a first for Mombacho and the industry as a whole.
A Nicaraguan-grown broadleaf varietal is used, normally grown in Connecticut or Pennsylvania.
Casa Favilli filler and binder blend is comprised of solid core of Nicaraguan tobaccos from Jalapa and Condega growing regions.