What activities are cigars most commonly associated with? Golfing, babies, weddings, poker, and fishing may be the first to come to mind. But Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co. has officially added one more to the list: hunting.
For the hunters out there, this may seem like a no-brainer, yet the activity hadn't officially been christened until it had a proper cigar to meet the hunter's unique style. Meet the Wild Hunter by Oscar Valladares, a Honduran-geared cigar arriving in both Natural and Oscuro varieties. Wild Hunter begins with all-Honduran tobaccos throughout the binder and filler, which originate from Valladares' own La Estrada a Copan farm in the Copan region of Honduras. These medium-plus-intensity leaves are then finished in either light (Natural) or dark (Oscuro) wrapper variations, again sourced from the Copan region of Honduras. Tying it all together, the cigars are uniquely packaged in camouflage boxes and bands, as well as being carefully concealed under an added layer of leafy camo inside each box.