Non Cuban cigars.
5 Vegas (2)
5 Vegas cigars are an exceptional smoke. They range from a mild - medium to full flavoured smoke.
Tobaccos used to create Acid cigars are cured in areas called cuarto aromaticos (aroma rooms) for months prior to rolling - these rooms are lined with over 150 different essential oils, herbs and botanicals imbued into the cigars over time. Each Acid cigar offers a distinct flavour and aroma.
Alec Bradley (6)
The Maxx was created by Alan Rubin, CEO of Alec Bradley cigars. He wanted to do something different and unique, something other than the norm and the Maxx cigars are definitely that and much more.
Arturo Fuente (7)
First beginning in 1912, the Arturo Fuente cigar brand was born in Ybor City, which is within Tampa Florida. Production was stopped due to a fire in 1924 however, a new factory opened in 1930. The Fuente cigar was made with Cuban tobacco untill the 1960's due to the embargo with Cuba. The relationship ceased and from then on the cigars have been made with Dominican tobacco.
Ashton cigar is the realization of Robert Levin's dream, the idea for Ashton came from years of experience in the industry. He created the cigar in 1985, and now today it is one of the most sought after premium cigars in the world.
The company got its name from its founder, an Armenian Turk by the name of Cano A Ozgener. He had a great passion for a good cigar, the company was formed in 1968.
Casa Magna (2)
To commemorate 80 years of House of Horvath cigars in Canada, Manuel Quesada of the Matasa factory in the Dominican Republic has produced two premier blends exclusively for the Canadian market.
An overall smooth tasting cigar - complex mix of flavours.
Don Tomas (5)
Factory cigars (4)
These cigars are made in Arturo Fuente factory, they are the one's whose colour does not quite make the standard for the premium cigars.
At the height of British rule in India, colonial soldiers began to make their own cigars from the local tobacco. The fondness of the British for the Nepalese fighters led to the cigars being named Gurkha. After the British left India the cigar was still made in the Portuguese territory of Goa, eventually they simply lapsed into obscurity. The Gurkha cigar has been reborn and remains true to it's roots in faraway India.
House of Horvath (3)
The factory is located in Esteli, 150 km north of the capital city Managua. Established in 1968 it has the privilege of being the very first Nicaraguan cigar factory. Dedicated for more than 40 years to the art of handcrafting cigars, they have preserved the traditional style of cigar making.
With a consistently mellow taste, Macanudo is the number one premium cigar in the US today. Part of the reason for this is that they still follow the centuries - old traditional Cuban method of aging it's Connecticut shade grown wrapper, not once but twice.
My Father Cigars (4)
These cigars were created by Jamie Garcia to honor his father, legendary cigar maker Jose ''Pepin'' Garcia. They are hand crafted in Esteli, Nicaragua.
The Padron company was founded in 1964 by Cuban refugee Jose Padron, who eventually moved the business to Nicaragua, where it has managed to remain. The wrapper, binder and filler leaves all originate from that country, where they are sun-grown and aged two and a half years.
Punch Honduran (3)
Quorum managed by the J C Newman Company in Nicaragua. These cigars are composed of a satisfying blend of Nicaraguan filler and binder leaves with a sun-grown Ecuadorian wrapper.
Rocky Patel (2)
Offered in two styles. Vintage 1990 and Vintage 1992, with each, the wrapper tobaccos are the key ingredient.
Toscana cigars are part of a long standing and intriguing tradition and have roots that trace all the way back to 1818 when they were first introduced in Lucca, which is the Tuscany region of Italy.
Swiss company Villiger and Sons, are best known for producing small machine made cigars. Villiger has historically sourced the finest cigar tobaccos from countries around the world.