-Hammer + Sickle Viva Tradicion
-Rolling Thunder 50 Cal
AFR-75 was released at the 2013 IPCPR as a tribute to Abe Flores, blender extraordinaire from Pinar del Rio. This is a rich and full-bodied blend topped in a dark, oily San Andres Maduro wrapper. The real treat comes on the inside, however, where a gorgeous blend of rare Nicaraguan Criollo ’98, Connecticut Broadleaf, and Dominican filler leaves impart plenty of flavor. The overall character is rich, creamy, and delightful. With a limited release of just 500 boxes per year, and available in your choice of three sizes, this is one you won’t want to pass up.
Coming packaged in a handmade, etched glass box, Hammer + Sickle Tradicion will captivate you from the start. Walking the tightrope between mild and medium-bodied, Tradicion consists of a hand-selected blend of 3 year old Dominican tobaccos tucked gently under a rich and creamy 5 year old Connecticut shade wrapper. With a flavor profile including subtle pepper, cream, citrus, cedar, and leather, this well balanced and complex cigar will appeal to all palates. Perfect for an every moment experience, put Hammer & Sickle Tradicion on your must try list.
Sublimes cigars come dressed in an Ecuadoran Habano Rosado-Oscuro wrapper sitting atop a Honduran Habano Corojo binder and Nicaraguan Habano Criollo long-fillers. Sublimes are medium-bodied, but pack in a full host of flavors. Prepare to be seduced with nuances of nougat, caramel, spice, nuts, vanilla, and mild pepper. Add these to your cart for a sublime experience.
Light wrapper, great construction. Mild bodied. Smooth draw... Nice easy cigar to go with an iced tea or similar. Subtle notes of anice, last third to finish with slight licorice tastes. Good smoke for the new cigar enthusiast.
-Alec Bradley - Sanctum
-Intemperance - Breach of the Peace
-Rodriguez Cigars - Reserva Privada
-Corona Cigars - Sobremesa
Featuring a Honduran Corojo wrapper, a Costa Rican binder, and a blend of Columbian, Nicaraguan, and Honduran long-fillers, the flavor profile is rich and distinct. Sanctum is medium to full-bodied and the construction is perfect with an excellent burn and draw. The flavors will draw you in, setting the table for a complex and pleasurable experience with notes of pepper, fruit, spice, and wood. Scoop up some peace of mind and don’t miss out on Alec Bradley Sanctum.
Intemperance BA XXI cigars are made to call out the temperance movement against alcohol, dating back before the turn of the 1900s. Just like with alcohol, there has been a massive temperance movement to ban tobacco and cigars. Intemperance is kicking and screaming to fight for your right to smoke! This full bodied stogie uses Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers, Indonesian binder, and an amazing Brazilian Arapicara wrapper for a stunning flavor.
The decadent assortment of filler tobacco combined with a 4 year aged Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper is a result of a unique and lavish cigar that is well-balanced with flawless craftsmanship. With four different sizes available, this line is Mild to Medium-bodied and is smooth and creamy accompanied by a nutty core following soft hints of cedar.
Sobremesa Cigars are made with a unique intricate blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos, and beautifully orchestrated, meticulously grown Pennsylvania Broadleaf Ligero. The wrapper leaf is a dark Rosado Ecuadorian Habano - selected to enhance the true tobacco sweetness of the blend. All is well thought out and part of the incredible taste of this collaboration of tobaccos. Medium to full-bodied and simply luscious on the palate this cigar is strong, but not harsh... notes of cedar, creamy coffee, and dark cocoa set off pleasantly sweet cherry... a cornucopia of wonderful flavor.
-J. Fuego - Sangre de Toro
-Vallejuelo - Medio Tiempo
-Perdomo - Reserve Champagne
-Nat Sherman - Timeless No. 2
This Nicaraguan puro features a crisp, reddish-hued sun grown Corojo wrapper leaf with a vintage Criollo binder tucked just beneath. A potent core comprised of one-half Cuban-seed Corojo and one-half Cuban-seed Criollo fills this beauty out and adds ample complexity to the mix. Rich, bold notes of red pepper, walnut, and black cherry are evident and alternate in intensity throughout the entirety of Sangre De Toro. The perfect complement to a dark roasted coffee or an Irish stout, you can’t go wrong with J. Fuego Sangre De Toro.
The Vallejuelo Medio Tiempo boasts a good amount more strength than the original Vallejuelo blend, but still delivering the wonderful flavor and amazing level of construction that's rarely seen in cigars at this price. What makes the Vallejuelo Medio Tiempo special you might ask? The line uses very rare leaf called “Medio Tiempo,” these leaves are not found on all tobacco plants, sometime plants develop two additional tobacco leaves that grow at the very top, above the ligero. The highest leaves on a tobacco plant take the longest amount of time to ripen, receiving the most sunlight and nutrition from the plant. The result is that these leaves deliver a rich spicy full bodied and strong tobacco.
Nick Perdomo is one of the best in the business when it comes to generating rich, hearty flavors backed by a truckload of strength. That's why the Champagne cigar is so special...it delivers the rich layers of complex flavors but offers a mellow, mild-bodied profile. A supremely flavorful handmade built for anytime enjoyment that can satisfy every palate on the planet. Comprised of a fine, Cuban-seed Nicaraguan blend of extensively aged tobaccos, the Champagne is hugged by a stunning, triple-fermented Connecticut shade wrapper. The cigar is superior on all fronts, pumping out various nuances including rich tobacco flavors, hints of coffee, creamy undertones, and a subtle sweetness, almost like honey. No doubt, Champagne cigars are a must try....over and over again.
The original Dominican version of the Nat Sherman Timeless Collection is a full-bodied, medium-strength blend of tobaccos from three countries. The Dominican and Nicaraguan fillers offer rich notes of espresso and roasted nuts, while the Honduran wrapper is characterized by an earthiness that is rounded out by subtle sweet notes on the finish. At the 2012 IPCPR trade show, Nat Sherman introduced a Nicaraguan puro version of the blend, to further expand this prestigious line of cigars. The cream of the crop of Nat Sherman cigars, they provide aficionados with an incredible smoking experience.
-Arturo Fuente - Hemingway Classic
-Joya De Nicaragua - Antaño 1970
-Cordoba And Morales - Family Reserve
-Drew Estate - Undercrown Shade
The Arturo Fuente Hemingway Classic is an exceptionally smooth and rich cigar imported from the Dominican Republic. This seven inch cigar offers a good draw, a pleasant aroma and great flavor. Perfect for outdoor events--baseball and football games, tailgate parties, and barbecues--this well constructed cigar is guaranteed to please everyone from the first time smoker to the most experienced cigar aficionado. It is excellent for special occasions like birthday and graduation parties.
Created in Nicaragua’s first cigar factory founded in 1964, enjoyed by US Presidents and renowned for its rich and full flavor. But decades of war and Communist rule in Nicaragua destroyed the brand and decimated the factory - and most of the rest of the country for that matter. Well, the country has been on the rise again, and fittingly, so is the brand. This new Joya de Nicaragua Antaño 1970 was created to celebrate the rich heritage and worldwide renown it enjoyed in 1970, and marks a return to those glorious days. It’s well on the way, earning a terrific 91 rating (Cigar Insider). A very, very full-bodied, robust "muscle cigar." This beauty is simply delicious, and if you're a fan of strong cigars, I recommend you jump on these quick.
The cigars are blended by brothers Azarias Mustafa Córdoba and Osniel Mustafa Córdoba from Pinar Del Rio Cuba whose family has been growing tobacco for generations. The name of the company takes on the last names of their grandmother Celestina Cordoba Morales from which the brothers learned much of what they know. They now manufacture their cigars in Estelí, Nicaragua using fillers from three different regions in Nicaragua... Estelí, Condega and Jalapa. Their binder is from Estelí and they use Ecuadorian habano wrapper for their Family Reserve.
“Undercrown Shade” marks the first release blended by Drew Estate Master Blender Willy Herrera not to fall under the Herrera Estelí brand family. Herrera’s continued involvement in blending and brand development within Drew Estate is evident with this new blend, as Herrera worked extensively with the Undercrown roller team who blended the original Undercrown line to develop this new Connecticut blend.
-Viva Republica Rapture
-Kentucky Fire Cured - Flying Pig
-Warped Flor Del Valle
-Drew Estate Tabak Especial
Viva Republica Rapture cigars are wickedly tasty boutiques, medium to full in body and featuring premium aged tobaccos grown in four different nations – Nicaraguan, Brazilian and Dominican on the inside and a beautifully oily Ecuadorian Havana Vuelta Abajo wrapper leaf on the outside. This complex offering starts off spicy and earthy and then develops a creamy smoothness of wood with a really pleasant natural sweetness on the palate.
The Kentucky Fire-Cured includes American fire-cured tobacco leaves from Kentucky and Virginia. While normally tobacco is air-cured, these special leaves are left to hang in specially-constructed curing barns, a process that dates back more than 200 years and that imbues each leaf with a rich, smoky, slightly sweet flavor that boasts exceptional balance and uniqueness. Notes of oak, hickory, and maple-laced sweetness explode on the palate. These leaves are joined by Nicaraguan and Brazilian Mata Fina long-fillers along with an oily San Andres maduro wrapper. This finished product is like nothing else on the market.
Flor Del Valle is a revived old Cuban brand produced with 100% Aganorsa Tobacco down in Esteli, Nicaragua by Casa Fernandez. Utilizing true Cuban production techniques such as entubado bunching and the classic Cuban triple cap. With a Jalapa Valley grown corojo 99’ wrapper, you can experience the valle for yourself.
Drew Estate has taken the art of blending coffee and cigars to new heights. Slowly infusing rich tobaccos with the finest estate grown coffees from the fertile mountains of Nicaragua, we have created a smoking experience that is pure tobacco velvet upon the palate with the perfect nuance of luscious espresso. They are offered in your choice of Dulce (Connecticut) or Negra (Maduro) varieties.
-My Father Le Bijou 1922
-EP Carrillo Inch Natural #60
-Victor Calvo Maduro
-Nestor Miranda Danno One Life Edition
My Father Le Bijou 1922 is a new extension to the popular My Father line. French for "the Jewel", Le Bijou is a rich, full-bodied treat in typical Pepin form. Featuring an Ecuadorian-grown Habano Oscuro wrapper and a healthy mix of Nicaraguan long-fillers, Le Bijou 1922 exudes a robust array of flavors delivered in a remarkably smooth fashion.
INCH by E.P. Carrillo is one of the finest big ring beauties we have ever encountered. Carefully crafted under Ernesto’s watchful eye, each INCH Natural is draped in a Ecuador Sumatra wrapper, and packed to the gills with Nicaraguan and Dominican long-fillers.
The Victor Calvo Maduro is a medium to full bodied smoke with complex, earthy flavors of chocolate and spice. Beautifully dressed with an oily, dark brown and marbleized wrapper this cigar presents a draw as smooth and uniform as it’s construction.
An Ecuador Connecticut wrapper conceals a Nicaragua binder and long-fillers from Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras. Mild to medium-bodied with flavors of cream, earth, cedar, and a whisper of baking spices.
-Ashton Heritage Puro Sol
-Kafie 1901 Sumatra
-San Cristobal Revelation
Made by Fuente, Ashton Heritage is a unique cigar constructed entirely of sun-grown tobaccos (wrapper, binder, and filler), hence the name Puro Sol. These sun-grown leaves are rich in flavor and complexity, and the shiny Ecuador Habano wrapper is the icing on the cake
All cigars are not created equal. The philosophy and methods used at the Puros Aliados Tobacco Factory in Danli, Honduras are legendary. We share a common goal with the late Don Rolando Reyes Sr., to create cigars that are a pleasure to smoke. This blend has an amazing wrapper sun grown in Ecuador. It is aged 4 years and is smooth, soft on the palate, with flavors of rich cream, almond, earth, and mild expresso notes. The blend really comes to life minutes after lighting. It has an amazing and mesmorizing semi sweet finish.
These dependable handmades are constructed in Nicaragua, under the benevolent watch of Jose “Pepin” Garcia. San Cristobal Revelation does what the name implies....it reveals itself, slowly and enticingly. Underneath a sleek milk chocolate Ecuador Sumatra wrapper awaits a hand-selected blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers.
Brick House is a gorgeous Nicaraguan puro crafted with a dark, reddish-brown Habano wrapper and a robust blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. The result is a medium to full-bodied smoke that's rich, flavorful, and smooth. Notes of earth, cedar, pepper, and coffee are complemented by a toasty, slightly sweet finish.
-Rocky Patel Decade - 10th Anniversary
-Camacho American Barrel Aged
-Diamond Crown Julius Caesar
-PDR A. Flores Serie Privada
Featuring a dark Sumatra wrapper, Decade cigars were created to commemorate Rocky Patel's 10th Anniversary in the cigar industry. It's hard to believe, considering the top-notch cigars he has produced in the past, but the Decade may very well be his finest blend yet. It is an unforgettable cigar with a smooth, rich, and complex flavor.
Utilizing nearly 100% American leaves, Camacho Barrel Aged boasts a bold, oily Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper with American Broadleaf tobaccos also making appearances in the binder and filler tobaccos. The key to the blend comes in the form of a special Corojo filler leaf that’s aged for 6 years, only to be additionally stored in bourbon barrels to impart a truly unique flavor to an already stellar blend.
Diamond Crown Julius Caeser is a limited production beauty that’s rolled in small batches by the Fuente family. Boasting a 93-rating and spot on performance, this cigar easily fits in with the elite crowd. Dressed in an Ecuador Havana-seed wrapper draped over a Dominican binder, and featuring an eclectic mix of Caribbean basin and Central American fillers, this gem of a cigar is nothing short of fantastic.
Pinar del Rio’s second release of 2012 utilizes some of the oldest tobacco on hand in the factory, which explains what makes it so good. This medium-bodied smoke opens perfectly with a natural sweetness, then swiftly follows up with a kick of spice that will drive your palate wild.
-Oliva Serie V Melanio
-Blanco Liga Exclusiva De Familia
-Curivari Selección Privada
-EP Carrillo La Historia E-III
Oliva Serie 'V' Melanio will have you at hello, thanks to gorgeous Ecuadorian-grown Sumatra leaf that's dark, thick, oily, and seamless in appearance. Beneath this leaf, a flavorful blend of long-leaf ligeros from Nicaragua unites, including the Oliva's oldest, most prized leaves from Condega and Esteli, along with some extra tobaccos from Jalapa for more flavor and aroma.
The Broadleaf Maduro version is dark and spicy, with a Pennsylvania Broadleaf maduro wrapper leaf and a mixture of Nicaraguan long-fillers and binder. It was originally the exclusive blend of the Blanco family, hence the name, with every leaf being hand-selected by the boss.
Seleccion Privada features a medium-bodied flavor profile and is meant to mimic the taste of current Cuban Hoyo de Monterrey offerings. Comprised of a mixture of Cuban-seed Nicaraguan Criollo and Corojo long-filler tobaccos, Seleccion Privada boasts enough flavors to keep you satisfied for days.
Gorgeous, ornate artwork and a blend that was selected for the perfect marriage of texture, flavor, and balance, La Historia employs a Mexican San Andrés wrapper, Ecuadorian Sumatra binder, and Dominican and Nicaraguan long-fillers. Rich, chewy flavors coat the palate before you’re hit with subtleties of roasted nuts, espresso, black pepper, and dark chocolate. Just a hint of sweetness on the finish adds the perfect balance. It’s sensory overload, and it delivers in spades.