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Rocky Patel The Edge Sumatra
Rocky Patel has been the deserved recipient of a ton of awards and accolades from cigar critics over the years. One of his most popular offerings is the hearty, 91-rated Edge Sumatra. Nicaraguan long-fillers are snugly held together by an oily Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, for a spicy and woody finish to what is one of Rocky’s most flavorful cigars. This complex cigar is a must try for anyone that appreciates the unparalleled craftsmanship that Rocky Patel stands for. Strong and spicy, with wood and ground pepper notes.
Rocky Patel Meritage Cigar
A Nicaraguan binder and a very unique three country filler blend from Honduras,Nicaragua and Panama.The final result of these distinctive tobaccos and the extended aging is a cigar that produces a litany of flavors. The smoke is rich and silky smooth from the moment you put the flame to the foot of this cigar. The flavors from the smoke develop quickly into a marvelous complexity along with the Rocky Patel “signature creaminess” that have set his cigars apart from the premium cigar world in recent years. What makes this cigar stand out not only from the crowd of great premium cigars that are available today,
CAO American Landmark
America is part of the now famous World series from CAO. This blend boldly showcases a four country long-filler mix of Dominican, Nicaraguan, Italian, and, you guessed it, American tobaccos. Expect a rich, chewy profile, loaded with cream and oaky nuances. The finish is short and sweet, but don’t be fooled — CAO America is a robust, medium to full-bodied beast.
CAO American Monument
America is part of the now famous World series from CAO. This blend boldly showcases a four country long-filler mix of Dominican, Nicaraguan, Italian, and, you guessed it, American tobaccos. Expect a rich, chewy profile, loaded with cream and oaky nuances. The finish is short and sweet, but don’t be fooled — CAO America is a robust, medium to full-bodied beast. A two-toned cigar rolled barber pole style in a light and dark wrapper… sweet and savory flavors come together in the form of roasted meat, sweet cedar, and chocolate.
Montecristo Crafted by AJ Fernandez
The blend born of this collaboration starts with a toothy Ecuador Sumatra Oscuro wrapper, covering a lush Mexican San Andres binder and long-fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua. Pressed into a candy-bar box-press, these sticks offer near-perfect construction and an excellent draw, and medium to full-bodied notes of black pepper, coffee beans, and umami. The heritage, passion, and expertise involved in this collaboration simply can’t be beat, so grab a box today and see for yourself.
Bellas Artes Maduro by AJ Fernandez
Bellas Artes Maduro is his most recent release and is a follow up to the Havana art inspired Bellas Artes original. Up top it applies a dark and oily Brazilian Mata Fina wrapper over a Mexican San Andres binder and a blend of aged Nicaraguan long-fillers grown on AJ’s farms in Esteli. Just like the original, each size is crafted into a slow burning box-pressed vitola. It’s full-bodied and rich with notes of chocolate, espresso and some sweet spice. These cigars are fantastic if you’re looking for something with some power, and the artwork on the box and bands is just as pleasing. Go for a box, you won’t regret it
AVO Domaine offers the same consistent quality from the Davidoff factory, rolled with dark Sun-grown Connecticut wrappers from Ecuador, Dominican long-fillers and binder. But the kicker is a fuller, more robust flavor than the regular line that’s potent but not overwhelming. With a smooth and effortless draw. Lighting up the AVO Domaine, you’ll find flavors of soft spices and an earthy core. It’s a complex blend that stays interesting down to the nub. If you haven’t tried AVO yet, Domaine offers the perfect chance to get on board. Earthy and well balanced. There are notes of orange peel and cumin… rich, smooth and elegant.
Asylum 13 Corojo 880
Asylum 13 Authentic Corojo takes a departure from the previous Asylum blend and ditches Nicaragua for Honduras. And it should come as no surprise – Christian Eiroa and family are well-known for their skilled use of the Honduran leaf, which is notoriously finicky and difficult to perfect. But on the Eiroa family farm in the Jamastran Valley in Honduras, the growers have managed to develop an exemplary product, which makes up the base for the newest addition to the Asylum family. This all-Honduran puro is legit….super legit. A corojo seed wrapper that’s free from vein or blemish is lain overtop a mix of Honduran long-fillers for a balanced, full-flavored experience from start to finish. A rich tobacco core is punctuated by notes of refreshing citrus for a taste that’s truly unique For those who want the richest, darkest experience from their cigars, the Nat Sherman Metropolitan Maduro is where you should be setting your sights. The bouquet off this one is present as soon as you open the box, and lighting up you’ll find the classic bold earth, chocolate, cedar, and pepper you know and love in a Maduro selection
Cain Habano 660 By Oliva
Hand-crafted in the Oliva factory of Nicaragua, Cain is a powerful blend of patiently aged, triple-fermented tobaccos. Available in two varieties – a thick and leathery Habano and a dark, oily Maduro – Cain utilizes superior long-leaf ligeros from Nicaragua’s three major growing regions: Esteli, Condega, and Jalapa. The cigar is eventful and complex, delivering a full-bodied, full-flavored assortment of deep, hearty flavors in smooth fashion. Hearty spices mingle with a deep tobacco core and Cuban-esque qualities, smacking the palate with notes of earth and coffee along the way. The abundance of thicker ligero leaves provide a slower burn, allowing you to truly appreciate each long-lasting puff, as the cigar grows more intense in both flavor and strength toward the nub. This toothy torpedo wears an oily wrapper. It has a woody flavor, with leathery notes that turn sweet and floral before a tea note lingers on the finish.
Cain “F” Habano 660 by Oliva
The newer Cain ‘F’ is a bold new Nicaraguan blend, a stout addition to the family which delivers a full-throttle array of heady, satisfying flavors. Draped in a thick, dark brown Habano leaf and stuffed with an extra-generous dose of Nicaraguan ligeros, Cain ‘F’ is nothing if not full-bodied. Yet it’s unexpectedly smooth and balanced with a deep, rich flavor profile featuring notes of spices, earth, leather and coffee. Slow-burning, complex and robust, Cain ‘F’ sets a new benchmark in extra-full-bodied handmades. Solidly rolled with a dark, oily and attractive wrapper. The draw is bit firm, but instantly delivers rich, bold notes of leather and spice that intensify in both flavor and body.
Camacho Corojo BXP
Camacho has long been known for changing up the game. Their first innovation? Recreating Cuban growing conditions on non-Cuban soils. That smooth, bold flavor profile provided by their Cuban-esque tobaccos is what made the original Camacho blends so popular. And now, they’ve pushed the envelope again by box-pressing their most popular selections. Enter Camacho Corojo BXP: a bolder, edgier take on the 90-rated classic. An everyday treasure that’s crafted with the true aficionado in mind. Made with a super high-grade, fifth priming Corojo wrapper leaf, this cigar impresses from the first glance. The blend here is the same as the OG Corojo, with a slight addition of Broadleaf in the filler toabccos, plus the addition of the soft-pressing, of course. Sweet wood, cedar, walnuts, leather, and a nice hit of black pepper coat the palate on every puff down to the cool nub.
Punch Diablo Stump
Punch cigars have been produced in Honduras since their inception in 1960, but when it came time to blend a new, bolder Punch, they turned to none other than AJ Fernandez in Esteli, NicaraguaGood news! Punch Diablo has earned an awesome 93-point rating from the critics, noting: Every puff of this dark cigar gives the sensation of biting into a piece of chocolate fudge, studded with nuts, espresso beans and toasted coconut. Hints of caramel and earth make this smoke a sublimely rich experience.
Don Peppin Serie JJ
Don ‘Pepin’ Garcia is currently making some of the world’s finest cigars. More often than not, the name Tatuaje comes to mind immediately upon hearing his name. This is just one of his masterpieces which are known to rival the flavor, character and experience of your finest Cuban cigars.
The aroma is earthy and spicy, complementing the rich, leathery flavors perfectly.
The aroma is earthy and spicy, complementing the rich, leathery flavors perfectly.
Arturo Fuente Cuban Corona
Made with African Cameroon, Connecticut Shade, or Ecuador Sungrown wrappers, Arturo Fuente cigars are well-made, mellow to medium in body, and beautifully constructed. Looks, personality, dependability….if only they could cook your dinner, you wouldn’t need much else in this world. If you need a size recommendation, the Arturo Fuente 858 has been one of the best-selling options for years. Dark chocolate and licorice notes… it’s balanced by a medium-bodied base of almonds and wood.
H. Upmann Hermans Batch
H. Upmann Hermans Batch
Arturo Fuente Petite Corona
The Arturo Fuente Petit Corona proves that a premium cigar doesn’t have to be big to be flavorful. A handsome Cameroon wrapper adds some toasty, nutty flavor notes to the blend. Often overlooked by newer smokers, small-sized cigars offer tons of great taste, especially when the skilled artisans, at Fuente make them.
Arturo Fuente Curly Head Deluxe Nat
Very tasty Lonsdale crafted by one of the most renowned names in the industry. Boasting a nutty core with subtle hints of spice, you can never go wrong smoking any cigar with the Fuente name.
Padron 1926 No. 2 Natural
This five to ten-year tobacco blend demands recognition with a full bodied-flavor that’s smooth, complex, and damn hard to resist. Whether you’re looking forward to a milestone birthday, or just anticipating another night loungin’ with your feet up, it’s always a good time for a Padron 1926. It’s a complex smoke with perfect balance, showing flavors of chocolate, coffee and nuts, as well as some black cherry. The cigar has a finish so long it seems to never leave the palate.”
Oliva Serie V
The Serie V from Oliva cigars is an enchanting Nicaraguan puro chock full of flavorful goodness. On the outside, a beautiful Habano Sun Grown wrapper glistens with oils. Thick and smooth as silk, this impressive leaf conceals a powerful, yet balanced and smooth blend of aged Nicaraguan ligero from the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua. The Oliva Serie ‘V” cigar is full-bodied and full-flavored, offering layers of coffee, spice, and tobacco flavors, with a touch of dark, unsweetened chocolate on the finish.
La Gloria Cubana Wavell
E.P. Carrillo, the face behind the name, is a master of his craft. When it comes to full-bodied, well-constructed cigars, nobody does it better, and that’s why the fans absolutely love it and can’t stop coming back for more. A delicious balance of Brazilian, Dominican, Mexican, and Nicaraguan filler leaves are lovingly swaddled inside a dark, sultry Ecuadorian wrapper, or a perfect brown Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. It starts with a leafy edge, but quickly strengthens to show rich chocolate and leather flavors, with a cedary finish. A powerhouse that will age well.
Rocky Patel Sungrown Maduro Desocio
The DeSocio starts toasty with burnt woods, some lemon zest and a processed meat that reminds me of Lunchables turkey. I’m instantly surprised by how fast the cigar is burning; within 10 minutes of lighting I’m standing up to take a picture of the first third, which is now an inch long. At some point, the burn rate comes to a screeching halt, or at least back to a normal pace. Flavor-wise, it’s toasty and earthy with some pita bread and creaminess through the nose. At times, there’s some orange peel and bourbon through the nose, which obviously reminds me of a Manhattan. Flavor is full, body is medium-full and strength is medium-plus.
Drew Estate delivers what we’ve all been waiting for – Undercrown Sun Grown, the third installment of the Undercrown line. This blend is a balancing act of natural sweetness, courtesy of the Sun Grown wrapper, paired with a power house blend of Nicaraguan fillers. The result is a spicy and robust cigar with a long complex finish. Full-bodied to the brim, and delectably flavorful, don’t be surprised when you see Undercrown Sun Grown earning some 90+ ratings of its own in due time. Thick and hefty, this fat cigar has a lush draw and even burn that delivers rich notes of leather, spicy wood and espresso froth. The long finish hints of cinnamon.
Created by the rollers of the Drew Estate factory, Undercrown uses tobaccos similar to the Liga Privada #9 but that are more readily available. While the Liga Privada #9 is full flavored treat, the Undercrown is a notch down in strength. Wrapped in a dark San Andres maduro wrapper, Drew Estate Undercrown starts with notes of coffee with a slight hint of spice that becomes more prominent as the cigar progresses. Even as it progresses, the cigar still manages to round out as a medium to full-bodied treat. Shows a strong oaky, leather character finessed by hints of vanilla and a roasted coffee bean finish.
Joya De Nicaragua Antano Dark Corojo
Created 10 years after the launch of the landmark Joya de Nicaragua Antaño blend, the new Dark Corojo puts a unique and welcomed spin on Nicaragua’s Classic handmade. Created with 3-year aged Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos and a special Corojo leaf wrapper that’s dark, oily and loaded with flavor. Naturally robust but impressively smooth, JDN Dark Corojo exudes a rich series of earth, cedar, pepper, cocoa and a slightly sweet finish. Complete, refined and worthy of the Joya de Nicaragua name.
Trinidad Espiritu Series No. 2
Altadis U.S.A. is bringing the spirit of South American Carnival to a humidor near you with their release of Trinidad Espiritu Series No.2! In another brilliant collaboration from two cigar-industry legends, AJ Fernandez and Rafael Nodal, Trinidad Espiritu No. 2 is constructed using a Nicaraguan binder and a mix of fillers from both Brazil and Nicaragua. This alluring gem is wrapped with a beautiful Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper that produces an exceptionally balanced medium to full-bodied cigar experience filled with earthy notes combined with a marvelous complexity that will leave you feeling as if you are right there in Rio celebrating. So go on, grab your mask and costume and get your party on with this incredible blend.
La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero
The Double Ligero line of La Flor Dominicana is one of the strongest and most well-balanced cigars you will come across. The next level of the original LFD Ligero series, this addition boasts double the strength inducing ligero fillers as its counterpart. Diving head-first into these gems, you are met with bold, heady notes of pepper, leather, spice, and cedar. A super-fermented Ecuadorian Sumatra sun grown wrapper leaf is draped atop well-aged Dominican long-fillers. Available in some of the most innovative sizes in the industry, La Flor Dominicana Double Ligero is buying up real estate in humidors across the globe. This dark cigar has a notably firm draw, though each puff is full of pepper and spice that become hearty with leather and more intense.
Pepperbox By Placencia
On the heels of our enormously popular Shock and Awe Cigars the legendary Plasencia Company has once again, stepped outside of their comfort zone to create another one of a kind offering .Named for both its spicy kick and a historical multi-barreled handgun, the new Pepperbox is not just a cigar, it’s actually four cigars in one! Beneath a rich Nicaraguan wrapper are four individually square-pressed cigars, each with its own unique blend. Featuring a hearty reddish-brown Habano leaf wrapper from Nicaragua. The secret Pepperbox recipe also includes the finest, well-aged Central American binder and filler leaf from Honduras and Mexico. Thanks to Nestor and his talented gang, you can quadruple your smoking pleasure with the multi-flavored Pepperbox cigars.
Alec Bradley Prensado
Introducing, Prensado….a rich a redolent handmade guaranteed to satisfy. This exquisite handmade employs a special ‘Trojes’ Corojo wrapper grown in Honduras and a flavorful blend of Nicaraguan, Honduran, and more Trojes long-fillers. Expect a bold and eventful blend that brings interesting flavors in spades. Buttery-smooth notes of deep, rich nuances including roasted flavors, coffee, and a dash of sweet red pepper. 96-rated and impressively built, that’s Alec Bradley Prensado. The Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos come together to create leather, chocolate and spice notes, and a long, lush finish.
Alec Bradley Coyol
The Coyol farm became the inspiration behind this blend after AB owner Alan Rubin fell in love with the aroma and taste of the tobaccos that this revered farm produces. This celebrated tobacco can be found in every aspect of the Coyol blend. Wrapper, binder, and filler all have Coyol farm tobaccos making an appearance. A bold, medium-bodied profile with notes of earth, leather, and spice flourish around the palate from first light. Subtly sweet notes of cherry and nutmeg are also present on the finish. Yet another masterpiece from Alec Bradley.