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Best Cigar Under $10??

Branching off from what Brandon recently posted, I was wondering what people thought were the best cigars that they've had which were under $10. I'm looking for some good bang-for-your-buck cigars. Thanks

Posted on February 16, 2010 at 12:01pm — 1 Comment

Padron 1964 Maduro Exclusivo

Pre Burn: Not one of the darkest Padron Maduros I've had but certainly oily with a sllight aroma of cocoa and coffee.

First third: Some earthy and cedary notes are present.

Second third: Cocoa notes dominate this cigar in the middle. Exceptionally smooth with an effortles draw makes this experience enjoyable.

Final third: Subtle hints of coffee are now paired with the strong cocoa notes to create one of the best tastes in a cigar - Cubans…


Posted on February 16, 2010 at 11:53am

1926 Padron No. 6 Maduro

Pre-Burn: Dark, oily wrapper with few veins. Slight box press.

First Third: Starts off with a kick of spice then mellows. This cigar has an easy draw.

Middle Third: Some initial spice is lost in the middle but the flavor does not desist. Instead of spice, one can also taste bits of creaminess.

Final Third: Spice returns yet not overbearing. This cigar can be smoked down to the finger tips.

Overall, phenomenal cigar with a great flavor complexity. One… Continue

Posted on January 22, 2010 at 8:23pm

Montecristo Reserva Negra Corona


This cigar has an uber dark wrapper with an underlying dark chocolate aroma.

First Third:

Starts off a tad harsh however after the first ash, creamy notes are present.

Middle Third:

Best part of the cigar by far - more creaminess and the underlying dark chocolate taste comes into play.

Final Third:

Very smooth and the burn stays cool. Lots of flavor complexity.

Corona shaped cigars generally have the proclivity to burn… Continue

Posted on January 16, 2010 at 6:57pm

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