Cigars in this category have won Cigar of the Year by either Cigar Aficionados, Cigar Journal, Cigar Malaysia or James Suckling.
The 45 Years Family Reserve is an impressive cigar that feels firm to the touch yet it has an impeccable draw that delivers a spicy, full bodied flavor. This toro uses 10-year old tobaccos. Production of this cigar is limited to 15,000 sticks. Rated 94 by Cigar Aficionado and 2009's Cigar of the Year.
The Serie E No.2's huge ring gauge has made it an instant hit among modern aficionados. The warm start quickly accelerates in the realm of intense, dark flavors. Leather, earth and rich wood are present in bucket loads. Watch out for a strong finale.
#10 Cigar Aficionado’s 25 Best Cigars of 2016. Pure Honduran leaf of the Gran Puro Santa Rita will tantalize yourtaste buds. The popular Rothschild sized stogy is a rich earthy and peppery treat. Plan to bring a few along when spending the evening with good friends. Packaged in boxes of 25.
Cigar Aficionaodo's Number 2 cigar of the year for 2015. Very good Robusto cigar, as good as those of the old times, maybe because we can still appreciate the perfectly balanced flavours of nuts, honey sweetness or herbal flavours.
Fit for a King (or queen) Rocky Patel Royale are rich medium to full bodied, premium cigars that will rock your kingdom with deliciously complex flavors of almond, sweet spice, espresso, almonds and leather. Perfectly box-pressed, each cigar features a blend of Honduran and Nicaraguan binder and filler leaf, elegantly appointed with a silky smooth...
Cigar Aficionado Cigar of the Year Runner-up 2016. Triple capped beauty offers complex and well balanced notes of coffee, dark chocolate, sweet spice and caramel. Its fragrant bouquet and lush medium to full-bodied taste is a winner.
Cigar of the Year 2016 according to Cigar Journal. San Cristobal Quintessence cigars, another masterful premium creation from celebrated cigar-maker Jose “Pepin” Garcia, is a Nicaraguan puro made at the renowned My Father factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.
The much anticipated Trinidad Vigia is the first new size to be introduced in many years.. The cigars, complete with their usual distinctive pigtails, are presented in SBN varnished boxes of 12 and boast an impressive 54 ring gauge, the heaviest girth to be found on any Trinidad cigar since the launch of the brand in 1998.