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Humidor Mild to Medium
Camacho Connecticut is balanced and smooth, but also features a bold flavor profile that keeps things interesting. Boasting an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, an authentic Corojo binder, and a perfect blend of Honduran and Dominican Aleman ligero long-fillers, can expect a spicy kick that’s not too overwhelming. Referred to as a “utility cigar,” this is the handmade you’ll want to keep on hand for everyday use.
Oliva Connecticut Reserve
The Connecticut Reserve from Oliva is a fantastic, mellow to medium-bodied handmade dressed in a silky Connecticut wrapper. This wrapper offers an exceedingly creamy flavor and mouthfeel, which complements the Cuban-seed Nicaraguan long-fillers within perfectly. After significant aging, each cigar envelops the palate with layers of thick flavor, leaving behind subtle notes of wood, coffee, and cream. Mellow it is, but short on flavor it isn’t. This cigar truly satisfies, and Oliva fans will find this as a wonderful change of pace. Here’s your morning cup o’ joe cigar, my friend!
New World Connecticut by AJ Fernadez
After the overwhelming success of Mr. AJ Fernandez’s smash hit New World, it was only a matter of time before a line extension was in the works. The same father/son duo teamed up again, but this time they put their focus on delivering a refined blend of a more mellow character. The result, New World Connecticut, a true gem that enthusiasts new and old can enjoy to the fullest. Unlike the original New World, New World Connecticut is not box-pressed, and the differences don’t stop there. At play is a conglomerate of vintage long-fillers from Brazil and Nicaragua. Encasing the filler tobaccos is a rugged San Andres binder, with a true U.S. grown Connecticut-shade wrapper leaf topping off this symphony of tobacco goodness. Mellow to medium-bodied, subtle notes of cream, slight spice, and cedar grow in intensity the further into the journey you get. A pure delight to enjoy, don’t be the last to grab some of these treats.
AVO Classic No. 2
AVO Classic No. 2 is one among the best-selling products from AVO’s premium lineup. They have been specially crafted to provide a delightful blending of flavors and tobaccos that invigorate your senses. Each cigar is formed from a carefully selected variety of tobacco from the Dominican Republic. The tobacco is aged for 25 years to bring out their inherent flavors and aromas, and are used to create the binder and filler. A smooth shade-grown Connecticut leaf then wraps the cigar, adding depth to the product. These cigars are mild-bodied and offer a pleasantly smooth yet creamy flavor
Rocky Patel The Edge Connecticut Torpedo
Rocky Patel Edge Connecticut Torpedo (6″ x 52) will take your cigar experience to new levels of intensity with its mellow to medium-bodied flavors, spicy aroma, and long full finish. This robust, premium cigar is one of Rocky’s most popular, proudly handmade in Honduras with a proprietary, 5 year old blend of tobaccos encased in a tasty San Andres binder. This cigar is a toned down version of its heartier sibling. Smooth to medium-bodied and with a hint of sweetness, it’s comprised of exquisite Nicaraguan long fillers and topped off with a mellow, creamy Ecuadorian Connecticut-seed wrapper.
Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut
A tasteful cigar from Nick Perdomo’s all-star portfolio to your humidor with Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut. Golden-blond Ecuador Connecticut wrappers envelop the highest priming tobaccos from Nick’s farms in Estelî, Condega, and the legendary Jalapa Valley in Nicaragua. Flavors of cream, pepper and cedar combine in a mild to medium-bodied profile. Enjoy complex aromas and approachable balance from a value-priced cigar with great construction and an elegant finish.
Well-constructed using Dominican and Mexican filler and Connecticut shade wrappers, Macanudo handmades have built up a fine reputation for quality, which is part of what makes them so damn popular. These are the top-selling cigars in the world, and it’s hard to argue with a statistic like that. Take a chance, light one up, and see for yourself why these Macs are where it’s at. Full of bright and zesty tobacco, this lonsdale offers plenty of earthiness and nutty notes as well.
PDR 1878 Capa Natural
Handmade in the Dominican Republic, the PDR 1878 Capa Natural provides a flavorful smoking experience at a great value. A medium-strength cigar, the Capa Natural’s light-brown Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper is draped over a Dominican Criollo 98 binder, which is host to a special blend of Dominican Criollo 98 and Nicaraguan Criollo 98 long-filler tobaccos. Smooth and perfectly balanced, the PDR 1878 Capa Natural has a great woodsy and herbal aroma.
The Baccarat blend is a mild and flavorful Honduran cigar comprised of a Connecticut Shade Wrapper lending to the cigars ultra-smooth, creamy flavor profile with hints of cedar and coffee, making them a beloved smoke for beginners, novices and those looking for a light everyday cigar. The cigars are finished with a sweetened cap.
Presented in an elegant Ecuadorian Connecticut shade wrapper, this cigar is soft to the touch and the oils are even visible on the surface when smoking. In terms of taste, this mild to medium-bodied smoke starts out with a bit of a bite, but becomes very smooth and creamy as you continue, which makes for an unforgettably flavorful, complex experience. The tobaccos resolve into a nutty flavor, while the aftertaste boasts robust cocoa and espresso notes.
Talk about Ashton cigars and within a couple of sentences, dependability is bound to come up. Made in the Dominican, they combine an aged blend of mellow Dominican tobacco leaves with a golden brown Connecticut shade wrapper. The result of this pairing is rich and smooth, with a mellow to medium body that boasts universal appeal. Well-made, good quality, satisfying, and yes, highly dependable.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1990
Vintage 1990 is a blend of Dominican and Nicaraguan Ligero draped in a tantalizing natural Broadleaf wrapper from Honduras. It’s medium-bodied and box-pressed with a really enjoyable, complex smooth-rich flavor. A pressed, attractive cigar with great oils and nice color. It’s nutty, earthy and sweet, with a medium to full body. A finger burner.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1992
Vintage 1992 boasts the identical Nicaraguan and Dominican ligero long-fillers as the 1990, with the variation being very dark 10 year old Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper. It’s medium-bodied and box-pressed with a creamy, nutty, and full flavor.A thick, medium-bodied cigar full of coffee and earth. It draws and burns evenly, taking on licorice flavors and a woody finish.
Rocky Patel Vintage 1999
The ’99 Connecticut uses an exquisite 7-year-old Connecticut leaf to tame his award-winning mixture of 8-year-old Dominican and Nicaraguan long-leaf ligeros. The result is a hearty, slightly spicy cigar with creamy notes of earth and toasted wood. Enjoy this mellow change of pace from Senor Patel, a choice cigar to pair with your morning cup of coffee or workday commute
Rocky Patel Vintage 2003
This round features a dark and oily 8-year-aged Cameroon wrapper overtop a robust blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers that are equally well-aged. Flawlessly constructed, this medium to full-bodied handmade delivers a serious array of flavor including notes of cedar, black pepper, coffee, and a caramel-like sweetness on the finish. It’s got some oomph, it definitely has plenty of flavor, and it’s smooth and well-balanced too. Yet another feather in RP’s now-overloaded cap. Its melange of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos serve to showcase and exalt the rare wrapper, which is delightfully sweet-and-sour in character.
Rocky Patel Vintage 2006
2006 San Andreas is crafted in Rocky’s Nicaraguan cigar factory. Proudly donning an 11-year-aged Mexican wrapper with Nicaraguan long-fillers and a Connecticut Broadleaf binder, this charmer delivers a rich and leathery finish. Spicy, chocolatey, and expertly balanced, this is one fiesta you surely don’t want to miss out on.