One of the most popular vitola’s of Romeo Y Julieta. With the wide ring gauge, it has a very pleasant, well-balanced smoke and aroma. The name “Churchills” brings to our minds a whole imagery of the Habano and its history. Winston Churchill was one of the most devoted smokers of the Romeo y Julieta brand. Since his visit to Havana in 1946, his name was not only used in Habanos rings, but granted to one of the best known vitolas of the brand and of Habanos: Churchills of Romeo y Julieta brand. The aromas of the wide churchill are nutty, creamy and salty with a slight bitter cacao twist followed by hints of leather.
Davidoff Signature Serie – Petit Corona |Mild-bodied
The Davidoff Signature line reveals clean and balanced flavors of wood, earth with fresh floral scents and a creamy aftertaste. This timeless petit corona format, with a slightly wider gauge affords the aficionado a bolder experience featuring a higher percentage of piloto tobacco.
Hoyo de Monterrey – Epicure No.2 |Mild-Medium bodied
One of the most popular Cubans because of its soft velvety and well-balanced smoke. The cigar has some dryness to it with little sweet hints of caramel and tones of pepper. Throughout the smoke you can experience a light saltiness on your lips from the cigar, taste tones of tea leaf and pepper and recognize slight hints of toasted bread and dark chocolate. All together a very pleasant smoke for any aficionado.
Cohiba - Robustos |Medium-bodied
The most well-known size out of the cohiba range. The brand Cohiba is prestigious and known worldwide. With a beautiful silky wrapper that gives notes of wood, leather and earth. And slight hints of cedar. It’s a constant medium-bodied smoke with peppery and creamy tones and even slight cinnamon and cedar. Later the cigar develops to a spicier leathery state with tones of nuts and cedar.
Macanudo is a very well-known brand among cigar aficionados around the world and also the bestselling brand in the US and books various successes in many other countries. This cigar is medium bodied selected with a tobacco blend filler from Honduras, Dominican Republic & Nicaragua. The binder is from the Jamastran Valley in Honduras and the wrapper is from San Augustin Honduras, which is a rich oil-like Rosada wrapper. The taste can be described as lightly salty with a creamy aftertaste. The wrapper gives a slightly sweet nutty flavor. Furthermore, this cigar has a nice complexity throughout where you can recognize hints of cedar, spice and saltiness. A perfect cigar for starters as for the more experienced aficionados.
CAO Brazil – Gol! |Medium-Full bodied
One of the classics. The wrapper has been selected out of one of the best Brazilian tobaccos with a dark and rich colour. This cigar gives a natural sweetness but with a strong body with the Nicaraguan binder and filler. A smooth rather full and complex flavour of dark chocolate, spices, and leather. A rather consistent smoke.
This cigar was crafted with Rabbit Hole Distillery in Louisville Kentucky and blended by cigar master A.J. Fernandez. Diesel Whiskey Row Sherry Cask is the follow up in the highly acclaimed Diesel Whisky Row line. The cigar has a connecticut broadleaf a brazilian binder and a nicaraguan filler and has notes of dark fruit, cedar, cocoa and peppery hints.
Montecristo - No.2 |Medium-Full bodied
In 1935, at a small but prominent cigar factory in Cuba known as Mendezez, Garcia y Cia, one of the first figurados sizes ever was created. That cigar was the Montecristo No.2. Out of all the Cuban Montecristo cigar sizes and lines that have been released since then, the No.2 still is the most popular. When you first light up the cigar, it has a complexity of light spice and pepper and tones of almonds and cedar. Halfway you can notice hints of leather and cinnamon.
Oliva V Serie – Double Robusto |Medium-Full bodied
Very complex smoke that consists of a specially fermented Jalapa Valley Ligero filler from Nicaragua, a Nicaraguan binder and a shiny oily Habano sun grown wrapper. Throughout the smoking experience the cigar gives notes of cacao, nuts and subtle sweetness. Later the cigar develops to earthier with leather notes but maintains the cacao undertone.
Even though the Company Drew Estate is located in Estéli Nicaragua this great famous cigar is not fully made from Nicaraguan tobacco. Drew Estate is an American company founded by Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel in 1995. This brand is known for its originality, creativity and funkiness. After years of pursuing their dreams the La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate was opened in Nicaragua. This Liga Privada No.9 was produced there as one of their many great cigars. An interesting blend of a Connecticut Broadleaf Ligero wrapper, Brazilian Mata Fina binder and Honduran and Nicaraguan Cuban seed tobacco. This brings a lot of depth into the cigar with tones of earthiness, espresso and soft hints of cocoa.
Gurkha Cellar Reserve 18 years – Hedonism |Medium-Full bodied
This cigar has been especially made of vintage 18-year-old Dominican tobacco. The wrapper is a beautiful brown golden 18-year-old Corojo wrapper. A well-balanced and complex smoke with full aromas of cedar, coffee, spices and hints of bisquit.
Macanudo Inspirado Black – Robusto |Medium-Full bodied
Macanudo is a very well-known brand among cigar aficionados around the world. The bestselling brand in the US and has success in many other countries. This cigar has been produced in the Dominican Republic and is a more bold and intense blend. With a dark Connecticut Broadleaf, an Ecuadorian Sumatra binder and a filler from Nicaragua this results in a rich aroma and unique flavor profile of spices, dried fruit and an earthy sweetness. This blend altogether makes it a rich and creamy smoke that is full bodied with many nuances.
Villa Casdagli – Toro |Medium-Full bodied
The cigars from Casdagli are especially blended at Tabacos de Costa Rica in San Jose and is a beautiful high qualitative boutique brand. The four different tobaccos in this cigar have been going through a second ‘pilon’ fermentation for two to four more months and creates a fabulous complex smoking experience. The wrapper and binder are both from Ecuador and the filler consist of Dominican, Nicaraguan, Ecuadorian and Peruvian tobacco. This medium to full bodied smoke gives notes of black pepper, vanilla, almonds, and chocolate.
La Flor Dominicana – Ligero 400 |Full bodied
A very interesting Cigar that’s not made for everyone. The name is already there, ligero. Ligero is the strongest type of cigar tobacco. The leaves grow on the top of the plant and contain the most hours of sun. Now it is known that you don’t smoke cigars for nicotine, however, these leaves do contain a higher concentration of it. It seems light because of the Ecuadorian wrapper, but it’s not what meets the eye, you need to be a more advances cigarsmoker for this. The cigar has tones of leather, coffee and herbs with hints of nuts. But it’s going to be a strong one!
My Father – Le Bijou 1922 Serie - Torpedo |Full bodied
This blend has been created within the well-known brand of My Father cigars. Jose ‘Pepin’ Garcia has made this blend in honour of his father who was born in 1922. The tobaccos are Nicaraguan and the wrapper is an Habano Oscuro and gives exceptional aromas of dark cocoa, leather, pepper and slight sweet and nutty tones.
Casdagli Cigars – Daughters of the Wind – Sabino |Full bodied
This cigar is handcrafted in Costa Rica at the exclusive IGM Cigars boutique factory in San Jose. The filler contains Peruvian and Dominican tobaccos, the binder is Costa Rican and the wrapper is an Equador Habano. The tobaccos are all rare and is a unique combination. This cigar is full bodied and complex with rich, sweet and spicy notes of caramel, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and baking spices.
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