There's just something about kicking back after a long day, relaxing in your casual suit jacket with jeans, and enjoying a fine cigar. Few things in life can compete with this feeling. But what kind of cigar should you go with? When shopping for suits it is rather obvious what the best fabric for suits is as you can tell by the touch. But if you're new (or at least a novice) in the world of cigars, how do you select a fine cigar from the rest of the pack? By following this list, that's how. Here are several of the finest cigars in the world and how you can get your hands on them.
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When it comes to cigars Montecristo is one of the top brands anywhere. The Nicaragua Series Robust is an excellent blend that provides a balanced taste profile. You'll enjoy the chocolate into espresso taste with hints of wood and fruit. Thankfully, this is a cigar you can purchase in the United States, so you don't need to go to great lengths to track it down.
Prices start at $102.99 for a box of 10. See Here
Cigar Aficionado recently rated this cigar as the best cigar on the planet back in 2018. It's also not going to break the bank at under $15 a cigar. All of the ingredients are sourced in Nicaragua but it is produced in the Dominican Republic. The cigar has more of a robust flavor than the Montecristo cigar, with some caramel sweetness along with orange peel tasting notes. It is also available in the United States.
Prices are between $15-$25 CUC each and real ones can only be bought in Cuba.
Here is a pure Cuban cigar. Made with Cuban leaves, a Cuban binder, and Cuban wrapper, it's what you are looking for in a Cuban cigar. However, don't even attempt to buy a Cuban cigar in the United States. Why? Because 99% it's a fake. Experts can identify a fake Cuban based on a number of factors. At nearly $60 (in US) a pop do you really want to risk buying a fake? However, if you ever find yourself in Cuba, consider this cigar, made by Habanos S.A.
Prices start at $132.24 for a box of 10. See Here
This cigar is produced in the Dominican Republic yet it has a Cameroon wrapper. It also uses a little perfectos size, so it goes fat to slender, which makes it unique in itself. But with a sweet to spicy taste palette as well as citrus notes, it's a fine cigar to enjoy.