Cigar aficionados have so many options to choose from and it is not easy to select which one to buy. People consider several categories when they choose the best cigar. The most common are figurado, Churchill, robusto, corona gorda, miscellaneous, and grande. Nicaragua and Cuba are the top countries known for the best cigars. Here are the best cigars you should try.
Villiger La Vencedora Churchill
This one is actually a reblend of an older Villiger cigar. The original was a mild cigar and this new version is a rich, Nicaraguan pure-rolled one. Made at the Joya de Nicaragua factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, this is a sweet, nutty Churchill. It imparts cedarwood, caramel, and almonds which make smoking satisfying. This beautiful cigar gives a creamy finish that reminds one of an oatmeal cookie. The price for this complex cigar is around $10.
Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua Maestro
A.J. Fernandez made these from Nicaraguan tobaccos for Rafael Nodal, owner of the Aging Room brand. It is an attractive, box-pressed torpedo at about $10.95. Its complex intonations of wood, caramel, and toasted almond layers the palate. It also has a rich, chocolatey finish which makes it a very delicious cigar.
Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo de Río Seco
This cigar is quite fat at 5 and a half inches by 56 ring. It delivers a nuanced impression of nutmeg, cinnamon, and oak wood. The sweet, caramel finish it gives makes this wonderful new addition to the Le Hoyo series complex and delicious. It costs more than other cigars at $33.20 but this Cuban cigar is one of the best.
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