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  1. A departure from the brand’s usually mild-mannered cigars, the Fonseca Cubano Exclusivo is only the second box-pressed cigar that the Fonseca factory has produced in its 40-year history.
  2. The Honduran-made H. Upmann Legacy is ideal for a relaxing late-afternoon or early-evening smoke.
  3. Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Macanudo brand’s founding, the Macanudo Estate Reserve is the first iteration of what will become an annual limited edition.
  4. The former entertainment-industry attorney Rakesh “Rocky” Patel has become one of the world’s top boutique cigar producers, renowned for his products’ packaging, which is always eye-catching and...
  5. Smoking the new Casa Fuente 800 Series cigar ( www.casafuente.com ) could require a trip to Las Vegas. Like the first Casa Fuente–branded cigar from Arturo Fuente, which debuted in 2005 and is said...
  6. When Heinrich Villiger wanted to mark the 125th anniversary of his Swiss cigar company, Villiger Söhne AG, he turned to the legendary hand-rolling talents of Nester Plasencia in Estelí, Nicaragua...
  7. BLACK DIAMOND Made for the J.C. Newman Cigar Company by its partner Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia., Diamond Crown has always been known for its Connecticut shade wrapper and trademark 54-ring gauge in a...
  8. CAMACHO COROJO After its recent acquisition by Oettinger Davidoff AG, Camacho undertook a dramatic repackaging and reblending of most of its cigars. This Honduran Corojo puro, Camacho’s flagship...
  9. ASHTON SAN CRISTOBAL REVELATION The only new cigar to be introduced by Ashton this year features an Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper, the same oily leaf found on the company’s best-selling VSG (Virgin Sun...
  10. LA PALINA MR. SAM Hand rolled in Miami’s Little Havana, this 4¾×54 robusto carries the nickname that factory workers gave to La Palina president Bill Paley’s grandfather, the man who started the...

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