2018 In Review
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A detailed analysis of the cigars we rated last year
The phone rings in Cigar Aficionado’s New York office. An editor picks it up. It’s one of our readers with a question—well, a few questions, really. The caller wants to know: “Which country makes the best cigars?” “What size smokes better, a Churchill or a corona?” “Are higher-priced cigars worth the extra money?” We get the same questions in e-mails, too, and on our social media channels. Everybody wants to smoke the best cigars—we like to provide our readers with information and meaningful data to help them do so. One way we accomplish this is with our cigar ratings. Cigar Aficionado magazine and its sister publication Cigar Insider rates hundreds of cigars each year …
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