In this blog post, we at Taylors Tobacconists of Bond Street Brighton UK, are going to suggest the cheapest new world cigars which can be bought either in store from us (BN1 1RD) or online. All of our cigars are kept in walk-in humidors stored at perfect temperature and each cigar is guaranteed with EMS stamp and especially selected.
Cheap new world cigars are the entry level to the whole cigar family. New world cigars are cigars that are harvested and produced in Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico and the Dominican Republic, where the climate conditions are optimal to grow good quality tobacco cigars. Contact us today to find out more.
In no particular order we have:
Vegafina Corona Classic (Dominican Republic Cigar): This intensely aromatic cigar with a flawless burn develops fine fruity acidity, peppery spice, and woody notes. In addition, sweetened caffe and hints of berries come into play.
Cortes Corona (Dominican Republic Cigar): This cigar starts with a note of leather as well as nut, toast, and wood aromas. Then comes peppery spice, mineral tones, and some sweetness of wholemeal cookies is added. The draw is varied.
Alec Bradley Maduro (Nicaraguan Cigar): After an earthy spicy beginning with leathery and herbal aromas, this cigar becomes very creamy. Toast and fruity notes appear – also chocolate sweetness, coffee and mineral tone.
Joya de Nicaragua Corona (Nicaraguan Cigar): This partly quite loosely rolled cigar starts somewhat bitter and salty. After a few draws, it develops woody and roasted aromas, the sweetness of chocolate and fruit, as well as white pepper.
Davidoff Petit Churchill (Dominican Republic Cigar): This petit cigar starts with cedar, leather and earthy aromas, a subtle malty sweetness and peppery spice. It also develops fruit and robust coffee notes.
A.J Fernandez Small Corona (Nicaraguan Cigar): Along with toast and nutty aromas, this cigar also develops cocoa notes and spice, roasted aromas and floral notes. It increasingly develops bitter notes, after which it is then somewhat smooth on the palate.
La Aurora Coronita (Dominican Republic Cigar): The nutty, woody and leather aromas of this cigar are slightly concealed by charcoal. It is spicy and also a little sweet and acidic. Some test samples have a pleasant draw.
Oliva Petit (Nicaraguan Cigar): This cigar has a very different draw. Alongside earthy, leather, and cookie aromas, this cigar offers cloves and a light sweetness, sometimes also metallic tones.
Perdomo Corona (Nicaraguan Cigar): This cigar starts off slightly salty and honey sweet as well as with some citrus freshness over the cedar and roasted aromas. It is extremely creamy. Woody aromas increasingly emerge.
Vegafina Half-Corona (Dominican Republic Cigar): This lightly box-pressed begins with wood roasted and nutty aromas in velvety smoke. Then , gentle citrus and salty notes are added. Soon a malty sweetness, fruitiness and pepper develop.