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Romeo y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Cigar

If you’re a fan of Connecticut-shade wrappers, you’re probably used to seeing them come from either the Connecticut River Valley or grown under the natural cloud-cover of Ecuador. The Romeo y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Nicaragua. With the Romeo y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Nicaragua, you’re in for a never-before-tasted experience of the smooth, creamy notes typical of Connecticut-shade leaf with an extra dimension of complexity and richness that can only be produced by the black volcanic soil of Nicaragua. This cigar is a result of several years of collaboration and experimentation from two of the top-names in cigars, with Rafael Nodal [...]


Camacho Connecticut Cigar

Camacho Connecticut has an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, an authentic Corojo binder, and a perfect blend of Honduran and Dominican Aleman ligero long-fillers, you can expect a spicy kick that’s not too overwhelming. Robusto 5x50


Charter Oak Connecticut Shade Cigar

The Oak Tree Toro is handmade with top-quality, well-aged tobaccos of two fertile regions, and available in both a creamy Connecticut shade wrapper and bold Connecticut Broadleaf variety. A flavorful smoke that’s well-constructed and affordably priced, celebrate the love and culture of this premium offering by adding a box to your cart today. See why Charter Oak has become of the more popular cigar brands in today’s crowded landscape.


Oliva Connecticut Reserve Cigar

The Oliva Connecticut Reserve is a medium bodied cigar that is blended with Nicaraguan long fillers and Nicaraguan binder and finished, wrapped in only the best Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. This is a mello cigar with flavor notes of wood, coffee, and cream. Double Toro 6x60 Rated 93


Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut Cigar

With an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and long-filler, the recipe to the Perdomo 20th Anniversary Connecticut Cigar is deceiving. Perdomo’s skill at blending and selecting high-quality leaves is undeniable. Creamy, cedary pillows of flavor are kept interesting with a slight spice and sweetness.


Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Connecticut Cigar

The Rocky Patel Vintage 1999 Connecticut Cigar uses an exquisite 7-year-old Connecticut. Mixture of 8-year-old Dominican and Nicaraguan long-leaf ligeros. The result is a hearty, slightly spicy cigar with creamy notes of earth and toasted wood. Enjoy this mellow change of pace from Senor Patel, a choice cigar to pair with your morning cup of coffee or w​orkday commute.


Getting Started with Cigar Smoking

So, you have finally decided to join your friends in the great hobby of smoking a cigar. Your first question is: What Cigar should I Smoke First? More than likely for you the first time you try a cigar you do not want anything that is a full-body cigar, but rather a Connecticut wrapper or even an infused cigar. A Connecticut wrapper is lighter in color and usually has a nice mild (mellow) taste that you can enjoy right off the bat.


Drew Estate Tabak Especial Dulce Cigar

Half cigar, half coffee. Drew Estate cannot be touched when it comes to top-caliber infused cigars with deliciously unique aromas. With Tabak Especial they’ve taken the coffee-infused cigar to bold new heights that thrill the taste buds. Jonathan Drew has carefully influenced Esteli-grown long-filler tobaccos with the robust nuances of Nicaragua’s finest coffee beans. The result is a rich tobacco core layered with savory espresso notes and a touch of milk chocolate, all perfectly balanced by a sweet, velvety aftertaste. Dulce: a silky shade grown Connecticut wrapper


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