Troya is a current ICT machine-made brand.
It was a pre-revolution Habanos SA brand established in 1932, and was deleted from Habanos portfolio circa 2005.
It is now produced in Cuba by Internacional Cubana de Tabacos S.A. (ICT) under license to Cubatabaco. The brand became Cuban domestic market only from around 2014, but reappeared in global markets in 2022, presumably because of the widespread shortages of Cuban cigars generally.
The range comprised light to medium strength cigars.
In the late 1960s there were eight cigars in the range; six handmade and two machine-made.
By the 1980s, only the Coronas Club and the Universals (both previously handmade) remained as machine-made cigars.
In circa 2005 the Coronas Club was reinstated in a revised vitola size and presented in a plastic tube.
Cardboard pack of 3 cigars in cellophane.
Cardboard pack of 5 cigars in cellophane.
Cardboard pack of 5 cigars.
Dress box of 25 cigars in cellophane.
Dress box of 25 cigars.