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Aurora 1495 BME Dominicana
Dominican Republic 92 $10
La Aurora S.A. is the oldest cigarmaker in the Dominican Republic, having rolled cigars there since 1903. The new Aurora 1495 BME Dominicana, which sports a Dominican wrapper, is earthy, with orange peel and cedar flavors on the palate along with nutty and peppery notes and a semisweet chocolate finish. The initials "BME" refer to the cigar being a brick-and-mortar exclusive—in other words, La Aurora says it won't sell it on the Internet or via catalogues, only through traditional cigar shops. The "brick-and-mortar" move is one that's gaining some steam in the industry, especially with such smaller cigar companies as La Aurora, which continues to release delicious smokes like this one. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Casa Magna Colorado Churchill
Nicaragua 92 $7
The Casa Magna Colorado brand has been an absolute hit since the Casa Magna Colorado Robusto was named Cigar of the Year in 2008. The Nicaraguan puro—blended by Dominican cigarmaker Manuel Quesada and Nicaraguan cigarmakers and tobacco growers Nestor Plasencia and Nestor Plasencia, Jr.—had wonderful flavor and a price tag of $5.25. Casa Magna Colorados are still delicious smokes, and this Churchill size remains a relative bargain—priced higher than the robusto because of its larger size. The cigar is made with tobaccos from the three main growing areas of Nicaragua: Estelí, Condega and Jalapa and smacks of leather, cedar and earth. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Churchill

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Ashton Virgin Sun Grown Eclipse
Dominican Republic 92 $12
Ashton Virgin Sun Growns (or Ashton VSGs, as they are also known) are consistently superior cigars. Dark and hearty, these are cigars with a strength meant for seasoned smokers. The VSG was the first cigar to really brag about its power, and one of the best-rated cigars to wear an Ecuadoran Sumatra-seed wrapper leaf. The Eclipse, a corona gorda, is the newest size in the line. The thick, oily smoke has notes of ground coffee. It's been on the market since January 2010, and it was the first standard toro in the line, as well as the first VSG offered in a tube. The Eclipse is also a round cigar—most VSGs are box pressed. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Montecristo Platinum Churchill Tube
Dominican Republic 92 $11
The non-Cuban Montecristo is one of the biggest brands made by Altadis U.S.A. Inc. Traditionally a mild smoke, Altadis spiced up the blend with the creation of the golden-brown Montecristo Platinum line. Montecristo Platinum is made with quite the intriguing and complex blend of cigar tobaccos, a four-nation grouping that combines leaves from traditional cigar tobacco countries (the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Mexico) with a more unusual source (Peru). The Montecristo Platinum Churchill Tube is a hearty, meaty smoke with flavors of salty, roasted nuts and wood on the palate. The cigars are made under the watchful eye of José Seijas at Tabacalera de Garcia Ltd., one of the world's largest cigar factories. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Churchill

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Partagas Lusitania
Cuba 92 £22
You don't truly know how great a large Cuban cigar can be until you have smoked a Partagas Lusitania at its best. Long a mainstay of Cuban cigar aficionados who know a good smoke when they see one (they are the favorite of Mexico's Max Gutmann, one of the most experienced cigar aficionados in the world), recent-production releases of Lusitanias are balanced and harmonious smokes with rich and complex flavors of nuts and orange peel. When you have the time that such a double corona demands, perhaps in front of a crackling fire with a glass of single-malt Scotch or a well-aged Cognac or Port, this is your cigar to enjoy, savor and reflect upon. Read more

Country: Cuba

Cigar Size: Double Corona

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Alec Bradley Prensado Gran Toro
Honduras 92 $12
Alan Rubin's Alec Bradley Cigar Co. has been in business since the cigar boom in the mid-1990s, but over the past several years he has truly stepped up his game, delivering great smoke after great smoke. First came the spicy and bold Alec Bradley Tempus, then the medium-bodied Family Blend (last year's No. 16 cigar). One of Rubin's newest creations, the box-pressed and dark Alec Bradley Prensado, is keeping up his tradition of making top-quality cigars. This richly colored cigar is beautifully made (it's perhaps the finest looking cigar to come out of the Raices Cubanas factory) and has a sweet and leathery flavor that turns toasty and nutty with a chocolate note. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary Toro
Nicaragua 92 $11
Rocky Patel enjoys marking anniversaries. When his cigar company turned 10 years old, he released the Rocky Patel Decade, remarking that few thought his company would last 10 years. He is celebrating a new milestone, and in July 2010 he released the Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary line. The cigars are made in Nicaragua, something new for him. Patel owns part of this cigar factory, which operates much like a fabrica in Little Havana or Cuba proper, making cigars with two binder leaves and finishing the heads with triple-seam caps. They are delicious smokes, none finer than the Toro, which is nutty and rich, with lots of hickory flavor on the palate. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Oliva Serie V Maduro Especial
Nicaragua 92 $9
The Oliva Serie V line has been one of the most critically acclaimed cigar releases of the past several years, making our Top 25 list six times, including this appearance. (In 2009, the Oliva Serie V Liga Especial Belicoso ranked No. 5 on our list.) The Oliva Serie V Maduro Especial is a Nicaraguan smoke that originates from the Oliva family behind Oliva Cigar Co. They grow considerable amounts of tobacco as well as making quite a few cigars. The maduro is harder to find than the original Serie V, and it comes in only one size, a 6 by 54 torpedo. The maduro debuted in October 2008, and like the other Serie Vs it is an exceptional smoke. It is very rich and balanced, with coffee notes and sweet, nougat flavors that build to a pleasantly woody finish. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Brick House Robusto
Nicaragua 92 $5
The J.C. Newman Cigar Co. has been in business since 1895. It still makes a few cigars in Tampa, Florida, using time-weathered machines, but most of its cigars are rolled in the Dominican Republic by the Fuente Family. In 2009, the company began working with the little-known Fabrica de Tabacos San Rafael S.A. in Estelí, Nicaragua to make bargain-priced smokes, which the Newmans thought would be well-received in these difficult economic times. The cigars are fabulous, with none finer than the Brick House Robusto, which takes its name from an earlier brand that was named for the brick house in Hungary in which the company founder was raised. It's hard to beat the bang-for-the-buck factor of the cigar, a $5 Nicaraguan puro with copious amounts of flavor. It smacks of sweet wood and tea with a toasty aftertaste. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Robusto

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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My Father No. 2 Belicoso
Nicaragua 92 $12
A father can feel no greater pride than when he is paid tribute by his son and when he watches that son step into his shoes and perform admirably upon the world stage. When Jaime Garcia set out to blend a smoke for his father, José "Pepin" Garcia, he tried to work in secret, but someone tipped off his old man, a growing legend in the cigar world. Pepin smoked the cigars, deemed them delicious, and was moved when Jaime revealed his intended brand name: My Father. Last year the My Father No. 1 ranked No. 3 on our Top 25 list. This year's appearance of the My Father No. 2 cements the delicious cigar brand as a consistent great. The cigar is rich and woody, with notes of toast, tea and nuts. We expect the Garcias to impress cigar smokers with their wares for many more years to come. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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C.A.O. La Traviata Divino
Nicaragua 93 $5
Perhaps the finest cigar ever made by C.A.O. International Inc., the robusto-sized C.A.O. La Traviata Divino represents a departure from the traditional type of cigar release for C.A.O. The company usually announces a new cigar with a considerable flash, such as when it launched the unique lighted boxes of C.A.O. Vision or the ultra-hip red lacquer box shaped like the trunk of a car for the C.A.O. Sopranos Series. But with the La Traviata brand, C.A.O. simply let the cigar speak for itself. Packed in plain, wooden containers, the Divino, which was released in U.S. cigar shops very late in 2009 (too late, in fact, to be part of last year's Top 25 ranking) is a solid performer, a no-nonsense meaty and spicy smoke with notes of nuts and dark chocolate. And with a suggested retail price of only $4.95, it's an amazing bargain as well. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Robusto

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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A. Turrent Triple Play Belicoso
Honduras 93 $8
The Turrent family of Mexico has long made cigars in the San Andrés Valley, typically using its homegrown tobaccos. Recently the company has expanded its portfolio, exporting its tobacco leaves, working with blenders from other factories and creating new cigars made from a variety of types of tobaccos. The A. Turrent Triple Play Belicoso is made with a combination of maduro tobaccos from Mexico, Honduras and Connecticut, and the resulting mix (which involves blending several vintages) is sublime. The Triple Play Belicoso smacks of espresso bean and cedar, and is one of the best cigars to bear the Turrent name that we have ever smoked. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Punch Grand Cru No. 2 Maduro
Honduras 93 $11
Punch is one of the great names in cigars. Originating in Cuba, it has also had a non-Cuban version for many years. The Honduran Punch has long been a mainstay of cigar smokers seeking some power in their cigars, but the Grand Cru version—created in 1994 by Frank Llaneza, one of the true legends of Central American cigarmaking—was made to be more easygoing. We've long enjoyed the Punch Grand Cru No. 2 Maduro, which is quite simply one of the best-looking figurados made in Honduras. This silky and box-pressed torpedo has coffee bean, cocoa and sweet wood on the palate, with a pleasant floral finish. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Carlos Toraño Exodus 1959 50 Years Box Press
Nicaragua 93 $7
The Carlos Toraño family has built up a reputation for crafting intriguing cigars made from blends of tobaccos from all around the world. The Carlos Toraño Exodus 1959 50 Years Box Press is unusual for the Toraños due to its relatively modest three-country blend. (Some Toraño cigars are made with a combination of tobaccos from up to five different countries.) The Exodus 1959 50 Years Box Press is rich and balanced, with toasty, nutty flavors that build in sweetness, taking on some notes of dried berries on the finish. The Toraños, like many cigar-makers in Central America and the Caribbean, lived in Cuba but were forced to leave after the Castro Revolution, and "Exodus 1959" refers to that movement of cigarmakers from the island of their birth to other nations. Like all Toraños, the cigar is a value, priced at just under $7. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Robusto

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Ambos Mundos No. 1 Grande
Nicaragua 93 $6
This is the second consecutive year that Pete Johnson's Ambos Mundos brand has made our Top 25. Last year the Ambos Mundos No. 2 Robusto ranked 18th; this year the No. 1 Grande takes the No. 11 slot. Ambos Mundos means "both worlds," and all Ambos Mundos cigars are made by José "Pepin" Garcia, blending Ecuadoran wrappers with Nicaraguan filler and binder. The difference between the versions is the wrapper seed variety—the Ambos Mundos No. 1 sports a Habano-seed wrapper, while the No. 2 is made with Sumatra-seed. Johnson calls Ambos Mundos cigars medium bodied, and considers them his value-priced line. Our tasting panel always seems to enjoy them. They are yet another example of the top-quality smokes being produced by Johnson (best known for his Tatuaje label) and cigar maestro Garcia. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel
Dominican Republic 94 $9
Litto Gomez is a creative cigarmaker, and perhaps his greatest innovation is coming up with the Chisel shape in 2003. The flattened figurado has a head that looks like a handtool or the mouthpiece of a woodwind instrument. Its latest incarnation—fall of 2010—is our No. 10 cigar of 2010, the La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel. It lives up to the reputation for power and full flavor that previous Chisels share. Made from a blend of Gomez's homegrown Dominican filler and binder tobaccos, including some piloto Cubano, Sumatra seed and Corojo, the smoke is finished with Habano-seed wrapper leaf grown in Ecuador. Gomez used a leaf of ligero from a higher priming for the wrapper on this cigar, giving it a darker hue and more strength than his other La Flor Dominicana Air Benders. Bold from the very first puff, the cigar is strong and meaty, full of spice and coffee notes, with a finish reminiscent of a whiskey barrel. Gomez's cigars are renowned for power and spice, and the La Flor Dominicana Air Bender Chisel is no exception. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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H. Upmann No. 2
Cuba 94 £17
If Cuba's best-known torpedo is the Montecristo No. 2, perhaps the country's best-kept secret is the H. Upmann No. 2. An insider's cigar, the H. Upmann No. 2 is a carbon copy of the ubiquitous Monte, sharing the same stately appearance, with its proud, pointed head and substantial 52 ring gauge. Cuba makes fewer H. Upmanns than Montecristos, so the Upmann is a harder find, but well worth the search, with a solid core of earthy flavor, nuts and coffee beans. These are hearty smokes, and for the past three years they have performed consistently well in our blind tastings. The H. Upmann brand is one of the oldest in the cigar world, dating back to 1844. The brand was born as the brainchild of a British banker named Herman Upmann (or Hupmann, depending on what you read). From his legacy, it seems that Mr. Upmann was a better cigar man than he was a banker, something that the cigar world truly appreciates. Read more

Country: Cuba

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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E.P. Carrillo Elencos Edición Limitada 2010
Dominican Republic 94 $15
Ernesto Perez-Carrillo has been making cigars for a long time. He learned his craft from his father, working in Little Havana at their tiny factory called El Credito Cigars, the birthplace of the non-Cuban La Gloria Cubana. That smoke became one of the first true hits of the cigar boom, and grew into something far larger. Later Perez-Carrillo sold his business to Swedish Match AB, and in March 2009 he resigned from the company to forge a new cigar business with his son and daughter: EPC Cigar Co. He has come out with four cigars since 2009: the E.P. Carrillo Short Run, his so-called "core" line, and two limited editions, one each year. The E.P. Carrillo Elencos Limited Edition is his newest, and perhaps his best, a sweet and savory smoke that combines flavors of caramel and leather. The only flaw with this cigar is its rarity—the company is only making 1,000 boxes, each containing 10 cigars. Perez-Carrillo is back in a big way. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Illusione Epernay Le Matin
Honduras 94 $11
Dion Giolito is a new breed of cigarmaker, a passionate cigar retailer from Reno, Nevada, who decided to make his own cigar brand. Inspired by the pre-Sandinista Joya de Nicaraguas that he had smoked, he struck out to recapture that classic Nicaraguan taste. Giolito is proud to call himself picky, claiming to test-smoke each batch of tobacco before it's made into his cigars, and rejecting any that don't meet his expectations. We were enamored with his Illusiones right from the start. In August 2007, we conducted a brand tasting of the original nine sizes in Cigar Insider—all but one scored 90 points or more, and the cg:4 was named our No. 7 cigar of 2007. Illusiones have done well in our ratings ever since, and this is the second year in a row that one of Giolito's Illusione Epernay cigars has appeared in the Top 25. Epernay is named for a town in France that is built upon chalk rock in the heart of the Champagne region, and the line is meant to be lighter and sweeter than the original Illusiones. (It has no ligero in the blend.) The Le Matin is the newest size in this line, released in 2010, and we found it balanced, creamy and medium bodied. When Illusione first appeared in our Top 25 in 2007, we wrote: "Consistency is the tough trick to the cigar business, so the real test is ahead for Giolito—maintaining the impeccable quality of these cigars so they live up to the early ratings." He certainly has. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor Magnifico
Nicaragua 94 $8
It was two years in the making, and it appears that the wait was certainly worth it. The new La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor represents the first time that Ashton Distributors Inc. has released a cigar cloaked in a Mexican wrapper. The Mi Amor Magnifico is a stellar medium-bodied smoke, toothy, dark and box pressed, with intense flavors of rich coffee paired with a touch of vanilla. This is the newest version of La Aroma de Cuba, a brand that originated in Cuba and was reinvented by Ashton. The new version of the brand debuted in 2002 as a Honduran smoke. Ashton later enlisted Jose "Pepin" Garcia to make a new version of La Aroma, which it dubbed Edición Especial. In 2009 Ashton moved the original La Aroma to Garcia as well, and the line was reblended. Today, Garcia makes every La Aroma de Cuba at his My Father Cigars Inc. factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. Mexican wrappers have been part of the cigar industry for decades, but Cuban-seed Mexican wrappers are relatively new. They certainly work well on this blend. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Camacho Corojo Churchill
Honduras 94 $7
Corojo seed makes superb tobacco, but it's a fickle leaf. Because it is vulnerable to disease and yields fewer leaves per acre than newer hybrids, growing Corojo is far from easy. But in 2007 the crop in the Jamastran Valley of Honduras was superb, and today that Corojo leaf wrapper is being used to roll Camacho Corojo cigars. Camacho is a Miami company (now a subsidiary of Davidoff of Geneva) that earned some of its highest ratings ever from Cigar Aficionado this year, and this No. 5 ranking of the Camacho Corojo Churchill represents Camacho's highest finish ever in our Top 25. There's a lot to like about this cigar—it's a big, hefty smoke, medium to full bodied, and loaded with rich, leathery flavors and notes of earth and dark fruit. At less than $7, it's also a bargain, one of the best buys on our list. While the term Corojo is used quite liberally throughout the industry, it specifically refers to a seed variety created by the Rodriguez family on a tobacco plantation in Pinar del Río, Cuba, known as El Corojo. The wrapper leaves grown from the seed developed by the Rodriguez clan had flavor and color unlike anything else. Cuba no longer grows Corojo-seed tobacco, but Julio Eiroa, patriarch of the Eiroa family, former owners of Camacho, still grows tobacco from Corojo seed on his farm in the fertile Jamastran Valley of Honduras. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Churchill

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Padrón Family Reserve No. 45 Natural
Nicaragua 95 $25
The Padrón family has created quite the tradition by coming out with a new Padrón Family Reserve every year to commemorate the company's history. The Padrón Family Reserve No. 45 Maduro was our 2009 Cigar of the Year—this is the natural version of that very same cigar. It has the same dimensions and suggested retail price, but the lighter wrapper gives the cigar a different flavor. While the considerable kick of the maduro is informed by hearty, resonant coffee, cocoa and spice flavors that saturate the palate, the natural is a bit more mellow, with flavors of cocoa bean and earth on the palate. The cigar is quite balanced and exceptionally flavorful. It's impossible to exaggerate how well the Padrón family has done in our Top 25—three times the company has had a Cigar of the Year, and the Padróns have never failed to have a cigar in our top five. It's an impressive show of consistency that no other company can claim. Read more

Country: Nicaragua

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Fuente Fuente OpusX Belicoso XXX
Dominican Republic 95 $10
XXX Belicoso. X3. Power Ranger. X To The Third Power. No cigar has more names and nicknames than this short Fuente Fuente OpusX. However you ask for it, it's a dynamite smoke, a complex powerhouse with full-bodied flavors of leather and earth. The finish has that essential sweetness found in the best of strong cigars, along with an intriguing note of Scotch whiskey on the finish. It's quite the cigar. While it's among the shortest of the Fuente Fuente OpusX line, it's also one of the most powerful. The Fuente Fuente OpusX brand is among the most successful in history. The hallmark of this brand, first released in November 1995, is dark, oily and reddish-brown wrapper leaf grown under the shade at Chateau de la Fuente, a wrapper farm in El Caribe, Dominican Republic, owned by the Fuente family. This brand proved to the world that great wrapper could be grown in the Dominican Republic. If you love full-bodied cigars, this is your smoke. Read more

Country: Dominican Republic

Cigar Size: Figurado

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Viaje Oro Reserva VOR No. 5
Honduras 95 $11
There's a good chance this is the first time you're reading about the Viaje cigar brand. It's a new and fairly unheralded brand, first made under contract at the Joya de Nicaragua factory but later moved to Honduras and the Raices Cubanas cigar factory, which is building a reputation as a maker of delicious, well-crafted cigars. (Last year, four of our Top 25 cigars were rolled at that factory.) Viaje is a Spanish word that means "journey," and this Viaje Oro Reserva VOR No. 5 trekked through multiple tastings to reach the No. 2 position in our Top 25 tasting. Starting with the December issue of Cigar Aficionado, it scored 91 points, enough for it to merit consideration in the Top 25 contest. Then it delivered top performance after top performance to move up our rankings in subsequent Top 25 taste tests. The Viaje Oro Reserva VOR No. 5 is a limited-production smoke made for the brand owner Andre Farkas. The flavorful cigar has notes of leather, sweet spices and a cocoa-powder finish that walks a perfectly fine line between bitter and sweet. Few things in life are as pleasant as finding an unexpected gem, and the Viaje Oro Reserva VOR No. 5 truly fits the bill. Read more

Country: Honduras

Cigar Size: Corona Gorda

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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Cohiba Behike BHK 52
Cuba 97 £29
In 2010, which will likely go down as the year of the Cuban cigar, we smoked many fine Havana-made smokes, from majestic double coronas to bracing robustos, and found the quality of Cuban cigars to be at its best since the mid-1990s. And no cigar from Cuba—or from anywhere else for that matter—impressed our tasting panel as much as the Cohiba Behike BHK 52. This is a classic cigar. The shortish, fat smoke, made with an artful pigtail and clad in gorgeous Colorado wrapper of reddish brown, is a phenomenally rich, delicious smoke that more than lives up to the reputation of cigars with the name Cohiba. It is the finest cigar to come out of Cuba in a long time, and Cigar Aficionado's top cigar of 2010. A new cigar that was unveiled in February 2010 at the Habanos Festival in Cuba, the Behike BHK 52 has made its way to markets around the world since its launch in London in May. It is the thinnest in a trio of new sizes, all of which have tidy little pigtail caps and names that include their ring gauges. The Behike BHK 52 is a petit robusto, a size known as a Laguito No. 4 in Cuban cigar factories, and it wowed our tasting panel from the get-go. In a vertical brand tasting in the June 8 Cigar Insider the BHK 52 scored 94 points, the best of a trio that includes the BHK 54 and the very fat BHK 56. The 52 has remained delicious ever since, performing admirably in taste test after taste test as they have sold out in world markets. Cohiba has long been a marquis name in Cuban cigars. This new smoke has done what no special release Cohiba has done before: win critical acclaim as well as commercial success. The original Cohiba Behike from 2006 was unavailable to nearly all smokers—only 4,000 cigars were released at a price of $400 or more per cigar. The Cohiba Siglo VI Grand Reserva debuted in 2009 at a price of about £85 ($130), with only 75,000 cigars produced. The Behike BHK 52 combines the excitement of those rare Cohibas with a much larger production goal—150,000 in 2011. The Cuban cigar industry will continue to make batches of it every year in the stately El Laguito factory. Cohiba Behike BHK cigars are made with a portion of filler tobacco known as medio tiempo, a type of sun-grown tobacco leaf that grows at the top of some, but not all tobacco plants. The cigars show great balance even in youth, with a medium to full body, creamy coffee flavors and some earthiness. They show elements of Cuban cigars of old, and should get even better with age—if you can be patient. Read more

Country: Cuba

Cigar Size: Robusto

Issue Date: 2011-01-01

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