Characteristics Sweet earthy spice with a hint of pepper and leather, this cigar has a sophisticated strength with a complexity reserved for
Characteristics Although this is one of the newest variations on this classic cigar, it still carries the traditional Ecuadorian Sumatra wrap
Characteristics A taste as silky smooth as its luxurious, well-aged Connecticut wrapper.
Characteristics The Connecticut broadleaf wrapper and Nicaraguan filler and binder give this cigar a chocolatey-buttery complexity, with a lo
Characteristics Made by Tabacalera de Garcia in the Dominican Republic, this is by far the best version of the Dominican-made Trinidad.
Characteristics A dark Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper and Dominican tobaccos in the well-tuned filler, plus extra aging in cedar vaults give th
Characteristics A very rich, spicy, and satisfying smoke. Insider's Tip
Characteristics Rich and full-bodied without being strong.
Characteristics This powerhouse is ideal for those who constantly ask, “Don’t you have anything stronger?” The shadowy, dark, rough-textured
Characteristics A wonderfully meaty cigar made with a Costa Rican wrapper, Honduran binder, and Nicaraguan filler.
Characteristics: An even-burning cigar with a smooth taste, three-year-aged Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper, Dominican binder, and Dominican, Peru
Characteristics Rich and full bodied, although a little short in the finish.
Characteristics Much milder than the regular Dominican Montecristo. If you don’t like heavily spiced food, this is for you.
Characteristics Very smooth and mellow, this all-Nicaraguan cigar is a classic of silken strength.
Characteristics Very smooth with great depth belying its strength.
Characteristics A very mellow smoke as the result of extensive cedar aging.
Characteristics An exquisitely smooth and silky wrapper and well-aged tobaccos result in a rich, spicy flavor worthy of a Richard Hennessy or
Characteristics An extremely creamy and mellow smoke.
A smoker’s definition of the perfect cigar will depend as much on the time of day as on his palate.
In a field of broken stalks stands General Cigar president and chief operating officer Daniel Núnez.