MoyaRuiz Cigars announced in a press release today that they are returning to their roots. The company which was founded in 2013, has created and offered exciting limited releases that featured clever packaging and an innovative marketing approach. This, along with their core lines, made MoyaRuiz brands a quick fan favorite in the boutique cigar industry.
As part of this return to roots, the company has re-branded their logo with a fresh modern look.
The company has now decided to streamline their methodology and company, to fit that business model. In the press release they noted:
“Our goal is simple, give our consumers the best quality cigars possible. During this ‘reset’ the company has made some changes. We are proud to introduce our new company logo in addition to moving our operation from New Jersey to Florida.”
A New La Jugada Box Pressed
The company’s first new release is a line extension of the La Jugada Habano, a beautiful 6 x 52 Semi-Pressed Toro. They describe it as a genuinely exciting take on a great cigar. The blend is described as:
- Wrapper – Ecuadorian Habano
- Binder – Nicaraguan
- Filler – Nicaraguan
This new box pressed cigar has been patiently aging at the La Zona factory in Esteli, Nicaragua. The company also noted that they normally age their cigars for six months but due to (COVID-19) these cigars have been aging for an entire year.
The new La Jugada Habano box pressed will start shipping by this week.
Along with the new La Jugada Habano line extension, MoyaRuiz Cigars are proud to announce the planned re-release of 2015’s Chinese Finger Trap – The Chinese Finger Trap #2. These limited edition boxes will sold exclusively through Caravan Cigar Company in Bath, Pa. While details are still being finalized, it should be available in December 2020, and just in
case you were wondering the blend remains an ancient Chinese secret.
The company also wants to let the industry know they will continue to work with Erik Espinosa and will be making their cigars at his La Zona Factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
Compnay co-founders, Danny Moya and Nelson Ruiz, stated:
“We both agree that working with Erik and his team is one of the fundamental pieces of MoyaRuiz’s success. The La Zona factory and its master blender Hector Alfonso helped us find our signature flavor profiles and we are anxiously looking forward to the future. We will continue to keep your updated on MoyaRuiz Cigars and our future endeavors.”