Best Value Cigars

best value cigars

I love cigars, but I don’t always have the budget for them. Luckily, there are plenty of premium cigars that offer great value for the price. These are my picks for best-value premium cigars.

  • Brick House

Brick House is a Nicaraguan puro, which means it’s 100% tobacco from Nicaragua. It comes from AJ Fernandez, one of the most heralded cigar makers in the world. Brick House cigars are made in the Jamastran Valley, where they’ve been rolling cigars since 1885. The wrapper on Brick House is a Habano leaf grown on African plains, while the binder and filler are all Nicaraguan.

Brick House is full-bodied and richly flavored with notes of cocoa and earthiness coming through strongly against an undertone of spice thanks to its hearty Habano wrapper leaf. If you’re looking for something bolder than most high-end smokes but don’t want to break your teeth on an extremely strong cigar like LFD Double Ligero or Padron 1964 Anniversary Series No 1 Maduro Natural (though both of those would be great additions if you can handle them), then this may be exactly what you need.

  • Famous Nicaraguan Selection 1000
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Famous Nicaraguan Selection 1000 is a medium-bodied cigar with a rich, earthy character. This mild to medium-strength stick has an even burn and draw, making it easy to smoke down to the nub. The flavor profile is complex enough to keep your palate entertained without being too strong for new smokers, so this could be an excellent entry-level option for those looking to get into cigars.

Famous Nicaraguan Selection 1000 offers smooth notes of cedar and leather and a hint of vanilla sweetness on the finish. The cigar pairs well with whiskey or cognac but can also stand up to lighter beers like wheat ales.

  • Romeo y Julieta 1875

Romeo y Julieta 1875 is a Cuban cigar brand offering various styles and intensities of cigars. The Romeo y Julieta 1875 is a mild to medium-bodied cigar handcrafted in the Dominican Republic. It’s made with Cuban-seed Habano filler, binder, and wrapper leaves from Mexico and Cuba. This medium-bodied blend is smooth, creamy, and balanced with notes of wood and earthy spices with a hint of leather.

The Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real series features complex tobaccos grown exclusively for this line by Tabacalera Aroma De Puros SRL in Nicaragua under the supervision of Nestor Plasencia. This limited edition release consists of 6 sizes: Robusto 5 x 50; Toro 6 1/2 x 52; Churchill 7 x 48; Toro Especial 8 x 50 (Limited Edition); Belicoso Fino 4 1/2 x 48 (Limited Edition); Gran Corona 5 1/4 x 46(Limited Edition).

  • Montecristo White Series

The Montecristo White Series is a good cigar that is priced reasonably. It’s not the best value, but it’s worth the price. It’s a medium-bodied cigar with plenty of flavor and smoothness. It has an Ecuadorian wrapper, Dominican filler tobacco, and Nicaraguan binder leaves.

The aroma of these sticks was very pleasant-very sweet smelling with notes of chocolate, coffee bean powder(???), and sugar cane syrup(?), all coming together nicely in perfect harmony! Flavor-wise though, let me tell you something about that…it wasn’t quite what I expected based on how good all those other smells smelled!

  • Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur

The Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur is a premium cigar with a medium body and a natural wrapper. This cigar is made in Nicaragua and has an Ecuadorian binder and filler with a Mexican San Andrés wrapper. If you are looking for value, this might be your best cigar.

When you light up this smoke, you will notice immediately that there’s no harshness; instead, it has some nice smoothness.

You can expect notes of coffee, cocoa powder, and creaminess in this stick, as well as some earthiness, towards the end of your draw. The smoke is creamy throughout but never gets too heavy on the palate, which makes it rather enjoyable overall.

  • Arturo Fuente Don Carlos

The Arturo Fuente Don Carlos is a popular cigar. It’s considered a mild cigar, but it has a medium body. The wrapper on this handmade cigar is Connecticut Shade and has a sweet and spicy flavor.

The cigar was blended by Carlos Fuente Jr., who also blended the Arturo Fuente Magnum R for his father. This blend was named after Carlos Sr., who was known as “Don Carlos” in the industry then.

  • 5 Vegas Miami

The 5 Vegas Miami is a medium-full-bodied cigar aged for five years. Made in Nicaragua, the tobacco is planted on top of volcanic rock and sun-dried for three months. The filler contains Nicaraguan and Honduran tobacco. This cigar has been rated highly by users who have consistently given it 4 out of 5 stars on Cigar Aficionado’s website.

Many people loved this cigar’s taste and long-lasting smoke – one user even said, “this is an amazing cigar with a great burn line.” Another user commented that it was “loaded with flavor,” and another said it had an “excellent draw.”

  • CAO Flathead Steel Horse

This cigar is a medium-bodied blend with a creamy texture and sweet, spicy flavor. The CAO Flathead Steel Horse was created in honor of the hardworking men who work in steel mills, so it’s no surprise that this cigar is made with Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos.

It also boasts a rich and earthy aroma but is smooth enough to be enjoyed by all palates without offending anyone.

Acid Blondie Maduro: This cigar is perfect if you’re looking for something full-bodied but not too strong!

The Acid Blondie Maduro has a deep brown wrapper to give it a smoky flavor while still being light enough that your senses won’t get overwhelmed by too much nicotine or tar buildup on your tongue (if you know what I mean).

  • This article goes over the best-value premium cigars.

This article goes over the best-value premium cigars. The list of cigars is as follows:

-Punch Signature #2

-Room 101 Namakubi Ecuador Robusto

-La Flor Dominicana Limitada 2010 Coronado Maduro Torpedo

-Oliva Serie V Melanio Gran Corona Natural Box Pressed (Robusto)

The first two are pretty obvious. They’re great cigars for their price point and are some of my favorites overall. The La Flor Dominicana is also a winner in my book; I suspect it will age well over time, which makes it an even better bang for your buck.

Finally, the Oliva is another excellent smoke, a little spicier than its counterparts on this list, though not necessarily as complex or refined as some might prefer.

  • Conclusion

We hope this article has given you an idea of the quality and value for money available in the world of premium cigars. Many more brands are not mentioned here, but these five are some of our favorites.

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