Friday, March 4, 2011

Real Cigars, For real classy Man.

Last time we talked about really expensive wines. Now let's talk cigars. These are some of the most exquisite cigars in the world, some really hard to get, and also really expensive.


1) Macanudo - Macanudo cigars are manufactured in the city of Santiago in the Dominican Republic. The Macanudo line of cigars use a mild Dominican filler blend, a unique binder originated from the Tuxtla Valley of Mexico, and a premium grade Connecticut shade wrapper. Macanudo always deliver a distinctively smooth and mellow taste that is consistent from cigar to cigar.

2) Arturo Fuente - Master cigar makers Carlos Fuente Sr. and Jr. are known as the masters of the cigar craft. These hand-made Dominican cigars are of impeccable quality. Fuente's traditional blend "Gran Reserva" carries a mild-to-medium body coupled with a delicate spice and nutty core. Arturo Fuente cigars are deemed one of the most consistent hand made cigars in the world. 

3) H. Upmann - For over 150 years, H. Upmann has been enjoyed by cigar connoisseurs world wide. This hand-crafted smooth, rich cigar has roots from La Romana, Dominican Republic. Its a consistency and flawless construction combined with its distinct nutty flavor has been a trademark recognized by many for years. 

4) Ashton - Made in the Dominican Republic by the hand of Tabacalera A. Fuente, Ashton cigars offer an impeccably rolled cigar that is always consistent from box to box. Three styles are offered which include (Aged Maduro, Aged Cabinet and Traditional). This popular brand offers a wide variety of mild-to-medium rich flavors that satisfy the most discriminating smoker. 

5) Partagas - A perfect cigar in every way. Partagas is one of the finest crafted cigars available in the USA. The Piloto Cubano blend boasts a flavors of wood and coffee and carries a medium body. Finished in African Cameroon wrapper, the Partagas line of cigars have a distinct spicy note thats is smooth and full of flavor. 

6) CAO - One of the most popular, family owned and operated lines in cigar industry today. CAO is comprised of a diversified selection of blends for the cigar aficionado. 

7) Cohiba - An expensive ultra-premium cigar finished with a toothy African Cameroon wrapper. The Cohiba line of hand-made cigars are flavorful and smooth from the first draw to the last. 

8) Montecristo - The meticulous handmade construction of the Montecristo cigar has made itself a legendary name in Cuba. Menendez y Garcia factory in the Dominican Republic have crafted a fine slow burning cigar loaded with rich, complex flavors. This flawless cigar is savored by the most discriminating cigar enthusiast.

9) Romeo y Julieta - An excellent smooth aromatic cigar with a medium-bodied blend. Slightly sweet with flavors of oak and coffee. If you haven't smoked a Romeo y Julieta cigar recently, we feel you should really make an effort in doing so.

10) El Rey de Mundo - A delectable symphony of Honduran flavors, impeccable construction, slow burn and draw. The enchantingly complex blend of the worlds finest tobaccos make this cigar line arguably one of the best made in the world today. A "must try" cigar for all cigar lovers!

Information credited to http://www.cigarhumidors-online.com/

30 comments:

Shrugo said...

This is a really nice list!

Jack Forside said...

Gotta love smokes :P

SpiralOut said...

Very nice post! I love the occasional cigar.

Metamorphiction said...

Oh no! I feel sorry for your lungs :(

Elliot MacLeod-Michael said...

Not a big cigar fan, but I do enjoy a really good one every now and then. Nice blog, following.
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The Critic said...

I'm looking for some good, but reasonably priced cigar for a newbie, what would you recommend?

guide for the lesser said...

Never been one for smoking but I have smoked "Romeo y Julieta" when me and the family went to cuba and it was smooth and the smell was pleasant, sure kept the flies away too! haha!

theoneblogger said...

damn dude you know your stuff

ChuckyBalboa said...

One day i ll get my dad one of these ahaha

Freek said...

@guide for the lesser: That's the exact same cigar I smoked once in some cafe where they sold em along with drinks. I had no idea how to smoke one but I tried it and liked it. For me, though, it's really about just the experience. I suppose it takes a while until you discover how to really enjoy it.

desperado said...

best cigar i ever had was 25$ and made right infront of me.

goooo cuba. :D

Vexu said...

awesome list! thx :)

Jamy said...

I used to buy my dad cigars until he quit! Saved money i guess. ;P

Jay said...

I'm no smoker, but I'll admit that a nice lookin' cigar has always interested me.

smellme2 said...

almost makes me want to try smoking....

-M said...

I like the Romeo y Julieta. Nothing beats scotch and cigars...

Mike said...

I don't normally smoke but when I do its usually a Romeo y Julieta

Thatoneguy said...

I gotta agree, you really know your stuff.

Rimo Jenkins said...

...damn you and your temptation. Now I actually want to smoke.

remocon11 said...

about how much is expensive?

husar said...

good blog

+ follower:)

Burger said...

Really cool post!

Everything On Nothing said...

Didn't know there was this much on cigars. I've always been a cigarette smoker though.

Belmont king size <3

Snapperz said...

I'm no smoker, but this post was still a good read. =)

ankmanpro said...

Wow I need a smoke... Followed!
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Tommo said...

Nice cigars bro

ExoticSupercars said...

nice list!

Android News and Resources said...

CAO one of the smoothest cigars I've ever had. I enjoy them when I'm at the races.

Horses and Cigars, doesn't get much better does it?

DESTROYA3000 said...

Noted.

clique said...

these sound lovely. Real men smoke cigars.

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