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The Aging Room name covers a vast selection of luxury-style handmade premium cigars created by Rafael Nodal and Boutique Blends in the Dominican Republic. Each and every blend bearing the Aging Room label is meticulously crafted for consistency and quality, as evidenced by the long list of impressive scores the brand has earned from popular cigar publications.
With three generations in the premium-cigar business, the Fernandez name connotes quality Cuban tradition. Today, this Nicaragua factory, headed by A.J. Fernandez, produces handmade cigars expertly crafted of only the highest-quality tobacco leaf that the selective team finds worthy of its expertly aged and blended cigars, including the many San Lotano lines that have earned numerous high scores in popular cigar publications.
Arturo Fuente is just like winning the lottery every single day – consistent quality, consistent flavor, consistent construction. It’s the cigar equivalent of how your spot on the couch somehow manages to feel exactly the same no matter how many times you sit on it.
Brick House Cigars comes from one of the oldest cigar companies on the market today. Brick House Cigars are a delectable Nicaraguan puro that screams of quality and flavor. They use a rare and special Havana Subido wrapper that gives the cigar a rich and well balanced approach to the flavor profile.
While every premium handmade Camacho cigar falls into the medium-to-full-bodied category, each line offers a unique character in its bold blend. The Camacho name has earned high ratings in various cigar publications, making them a humidor staple for fans of hearty handmade Honduran cigars crafted of top-quality tobaccos, and a satisfying selection for serious cigar smokers looking to step it up in strength.
The CAO brand by the Ozgener family encompasses a vast array of premium handmade cigars (many of which have earned impressive scores in cigar publications) expertly designed to appeal to every smoker out there by combining time-honored tobacco tradition with innovative blends. Ranging from medium- to full-bodied (with the exception of the mild and mouthwatering Flavours line), each and every one of CAO’s unique creations ensure a top-notch smoke steeped in tradition with an added edge.
Numerous Cigar of the Year winners from Cigar Aficionados, Cigar Journal, Cigar Malaysia and James Suckling.
The famous Cohiba brand was actually only introduced in 1968, but quickly became the flagship brand of the Cuban Cigars industry. Developed initially as a medium bodied protocol cigar for presentation only by officials of the Cuban government, Cohiba was marketed widely beginning in 1982.
Created by Zino Davidoff, who originally started producing cigars in Cuba circa 1969. The 1970's saw overwhelming success for the Davidoff brand as cigar shops opened to the public all over the world selling what is now regarded as a premium and exceptional range of cigars crafted in the then new "El Laguito" factory in the suburbs of Havana. Now made in the Dominican Republic.
Diamond Crown cigars exhibit a medium-bodied demeanor and a wonderfully-rich flavor-profile. A regal blend of aged Dominican tobaccos is cocooned inside a beautiful blonde Connecticut shade-grown wrapper. The flavors are rich and creamy boasting enticing notes of coffee, nuts and leather.
Don Diego is a classic Dominican cigar with a silky-smooth, almond-colored Connecticut shade wrapper. Beautifully hand rolled, they have a creamy flavor that never bites and a subtle finish with no aftertaste. Don Diego is an excellent cigar, which is perfect for those who prefer a milder smoking experience.
Flor de las Antillas means "the flower of the Antilles" which is a name given to Cuba as it sits right in the middle of the Antilles Islands. But in fact the brand is from Nicaragua!
One of the most authentic manufacturers in the business when it comes to making Cuban-esque cigars.
Established in 1865, the name roughly means "valley of Monterrey," a particularly fertile site in the Vuelta Abajo.</p>
<p>The brand offers a lighter flavour and a range of sizes, the largest of which are much celebrated. The Le Hoyo series cigars was introduced about 1970 and presents a stronger flavour.
José L. Piedra is a particularly noteworthy Habano not only because its blend is composed of filler tobaccos grown exclusively in the Remedios tobacco region, but also because it is made using the Totalmente a Mano, Tripa Corta, or ‘totally hand made, short filler’technique.
Joya de Nicaragua, S.A., established in 1968, is the oldest brand of cigars made in Nicaragua. In the 1970s, this brand was considered the finest not only in Nicaragua, but in the entire world.
An original Cuban brand from the late 1800s, La Aroma de Cuba has been reborn in the house of legendary cigar-maker, Jose "Pepin" Garcia, in Estelí, Nicaragua. In the wake of its revival, La Aroma de Cuba is now a burgeoning enterprise synonymous with quality and value. Precision blending of the finest, aged Nicaraguan tobaccos provides a consistent medium-bodied profile. Connecticut Broadleaf wrappers rouse rich hints of brown sugar and cool spice. Phenomenal earth and cedar notes endorse the bold, smooth finale.
Available in boxes of 20, La Estrella Cubana Cigars are flavorful premium cigars handmade in Estelí, Nicaragua. The Cubana Habano line features a stunning brick-red Nicaraguan wrapper, a Honduran binder, and Nicaraguan filler tobaccos. This medium to full body gem will appeal to fans of rich Cuban style flavor with hearty notes of spice, leather, dark roast coffee, and caramel. La Estrella Cubana is a unique and satisfying smoke with a surprisingly affordable price.