These cigars are within the finest leaves of tobacco blends used in Cuba and the New World which gives an edge for taste, aroma and enjoyment.
In no particular order, here is our list:
- A.J Fernandez New World Connecticut Churchill (Nicaraguan Cigar): The creamy smoke of this Churchill provides the palate with a lot of spice, subtle sweetness, and fruity tartness. The aromas of cedar, earth, nuts, bread rolls and cocoa are accompanied by both a subtle pepperiness as well as sweetness.
- Davidoff Dominicana Toro (Dominican Republic Cigar): This pigtailed Toro presents aromas of fresh wood and fresh earth, notes of thyme, cloves, and roasted aromas. An increasing fruity sweetness comes up that is accompanied by gentle child spice and pleasant bitter tones.
- Vegafina Robusto (Dominican Republic Cigar): This elegant format presents a potpourri of flavour sensations: sweetness and fruity acidity, herbal spice, and a gentle pepperiness. In the creamy smoke of this cigar there is a hint of the roasted flavours of coffee and aromas of sponge cake.
- Cohiba Robusto (Cuban Cigar): Right from the start, this Robusto cigar offers the tart flavour of bitter chocolate, aromas of roasted coffee beans, nuts, earth, wood and spice. In the creamy smoke also sweetness unfolds.
- Partagas Serie D4 (Cuban Cigar): The start of this well balanced and sublime cigar offers wood, coffee and roasted aromas with quite sweet and spicy flavours. In addition, tones of bitter almond, marzipan and towards the end.
- Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No.2 (Cuban Cigar): This is one of the exciting blends of the wrappers of the Vuelta. During the smoke it develops subliminal sweetness and some chilli spice. Towards the end, it again unfolds cloves, then citrus freshness and chocolate.
- Alec Bradley Robusto (Nicaraguan Cigar): Beneath the earthy, leather and coffee aromas is a pleasant cinnamon sweetness, but also a hint of pepperiness. This cigar additionally offers notes of oak, toast and malt before it veers towards cocoa, brioche and spice towards the end.
- Montecristo No.4 (Cuban Cigar): This beautifully hand-made corona starts with a creamy, mild and offers a touch of pepper over the wood and bread aromas. A hint of anise mingles in with the smoke – later the slight sweetness of vanilla and cocoa. A pleasant, gentle and spicy cigar.
- Romeo y Julieta No.1 (Cuban Cigar): This cigar is malty and sweet, and unfolds the scent of sweet and sour beautifully balanced. This cigar is full of character with a lot of creamy smoke.
- Cohiba Siglo IV (Cuban Cigar): This beautifully presented cigar is well known for its fantastic draw, it develops spicy flavours, herbal spicy and creamy smoke. This cigar must be experienced whenever the opportunity occurs as there is limited stock available nowadays either if you are an enthusiast or a connoisseur.
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