The Classics
Cigars that rated 95 points or higher in Cigar Aficionado blind reviews
Have you ever wondered—what are the highest rated cigars of all time? Wonder no more. These 41 smokes are the crème de la crème of the Cigar Aficionado blind tastings, each with a “classic” rating of 95 points or higher in a standard Cigar Aficionado review. (This list does not factor in scores from our Connoisseur’s Corner reviews of vintage cigars.) The standout is the Hoyo de Monterrey Double Corona, which earned a near-perfect 99 points in our Winter 1992 issue. The top of the list also contains three 97-point giants: Cohiba Behike BHK 52, My Father Le Bijou 1922 Torpedo Box Pressed and Padrón Serie 1926 No. 9. The remainder of the list features a variety of …
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