Date: December 2018
Author: Inspector Z

VegaFina year of the pig. Years ago, Davidoff started using the Chinese zodiac calendar for a yearly limited edition, and that tradition is now copied by many cigar brands. One of the companies that copied the idea is VegaFina.

Last year, the company created a ‘year of the dog’ cigar and they are releasing a ‘year of the pig’ cigar too. The cigars, 5½x56, have a pigtail and come in sixteen count boxes. The blend is made with Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco and a Nicaraguan wrapper.

Photo credit @Brutuscigars

Ministry of Cigars - VegaFina year of the pig

VegaFina year of the pig. Years ago, Davidoff started using the Chinese zodiac calendar for a yearly limited edition, and that tradition is now copied by many cigar brands. One of the companies that copied the idea is VegaFina.

Last year, the company created a ‘year of the dog’ cigar and they are releasing a ‘year of the pig’ cigar too. The cigars, 5½x56, have a pigtail and come in sixteen count boxes. The blend is made with Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco and a Nicaraguan wrapper.

2 thoughts on “VegaFina year of the pig

  1. Is good to see you used my picture.
    Hope next time, at least, you put the source.
    Photo taken by @Brutuscigars.

    1. We got the picture from google, could not find the copyright holder. Will add it to the article now.

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