Cigars

Characteristics The ruggedly textured, box-pressed Costa Rican 5-year-old dark and oily maduro wrapper plays well against the Nicaraguan filler and binder. The result is a rough-hewn yet civilized...
Characteristics Although this is one of the newest variations on this classic cigar, it still carries the traditional Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, the Nicaraguan filler is joined by Ometepe leaf,...
Characteristics A firm smoke, with a complex, heady spice, like thick, wet grass. Insider's Tip Up until the launch of the Cubano Limitado, Fonseca was known for producing mild smokes. This cigar...
Characteristics Sweet earthy spice with a hint of pepper and leather, this cigar has a sophisticated strength with a complexity reserved for the experienced smoker. Insider's Tip An offshoot of the...
Characteristics A semisweet, buttery quality from the Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut-seed wrapper and Dominican filler. Insider's Tip The Augusto Reyes family has been producing tobacco in the...
Characteristics: Much milder than one would expect from the creator of the famed La Gloria Cubana. But then, this is the first launch from Ernesto Perez-Carrillo since he left General Cigar. The...
Characteristics A slightly sweet, spicy cigar that gets its name from its brownish-black Connecticut broadleaf maduro wrapper. The filler is composed of Mexican and Dominican leaf, and the Dominican...
Characteristics Very smooth with great depth belying its strength. Insider's Tip Nicaraguan soil close in texture and mineral content to Cuba’s Vuelta Abajo, plus four years of aging the tobacco...
Characteristics Very smooth and mellow, this all-Nicaraguan cigar is a classic of silken strength. Insider's Tip: All Padrón cigars are limited in production, but the 1926 Serie is the most elusive...
Characteristics Much milder than the regular Dominican Montecristo. If you don’t like heavily spiced food, this is for you. Insider's Tip The Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut wrapper and Dominican and...
Characteristics Rich and full bodied, although a little short in the finish. Offered in Ecuadorian Sumatra or Connecticut broadleaf maduro, with Nicaraguan binder, and Nicaraguan and Dominican filler...
Characteristics: An even-burning cigar with a smooth taste, three-year-aged Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Dominican binder, and Dominican, Peruvian, and Nicaraguan fillers. There are seven shapes...
Characteristics A wonderfully meaty cigar made with a Costa Rican wrapper, Honduran binder, and Nicaraguan filler. For smoking after sundown. Insider's Tip Originally made specifically for Enrico...
Characteristics This powerhouse is ideal for those who constantly ask, “Don’t you have anything stronger?” The shadowy, dark, rough-textured Costa Rican wrapper—a sterile hybrid of topmost Cuban-seed...
Characteristics Rich and full-bodied without being strong. Insider's Tip With their Ecuadorian wrapper and Dominican binder and filler, these double-banded cigars were supposed to be a limited...
Characteristics A very rich, spicy, and satisfying smoke. Insider's Tip One of the few cigars to be blended with Cuban-seed Italian tobacco, which is grown in the southern Benevento region of Italy...
Characteristics A dark Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper and Dominican tobaccos in the well-tuned filler, plus extra aging in cedar vaults give this popular cigar a Porterhouse-steak richness. Many...
Characteristics An extremely creamy and mellow smoke. Insider's Tip Only vintage years of Connecticut shade tobaccos are used for the wrappers, which are aged during the summer in the Dominican...
Characteristics An exquisitely smooth and silky wrapper and well-aged tobaccos result in a rich, spicy flavor worthy of a Richard Hennessy or Louis XIII Cognac. Insider's Tip The wrapper is supposed...
Characteristics A very mellow smoke as the result of extensive cedar aging. Insider's Tip These cigars are like vintage wine; each shape was rolled in a specific year and then released, beginning in...

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