1. Drew Estate Liga Privada No. 9 cigar 1 star

    1. Liga Privada No. 9

    Battle Rating: 1669 Wins: 7765 Losses: 3340

    A maduro lover’s dream come true. The Liga Privada No 9 from Drew Estate is a dark and oily gem that generates a massive billow of smoke with each puff. Liga Privada No. 9 claimed the #1 Cigar of the Year for 2016 at Cigar Wars.

  2. Padrón 1926 Serie No. 90 natural cigar

    2. Padrón 1926 Serie No. 90 – Natural

    Battle Rating: 1663 Wins: 822 Losses: 342

    Among the many special releases in 2016 for brand patriarch José Orlando Padrón’s 90th birthday was the 1926 Serie No. 90, using special tubo packaging, a new robusto size, and the line’s first use of a non-box-pressed shape.

  3. Liga Privada T52 cigar

    3. Liga Privada T52

    Battle Rating: 1650 Wins: 530 Losses: 154

    Liga Privada T52 is the hugely successful successor to Drew Estate’s Liga Privada No. 9 cigar. T52 uses a special, stalk-cut & cured, sun-grown Habano wrapper from the famed Connecticut River Valley. This rare wrapper makes T52 among Drew Estate’s most limited cigars to this day.

  4. Cohiba Behike BHK cigar

    4. Behike BHK

    Battle Rating: 1643 Wins: 6942 Losses: 4312

    The Cohiba Behike BHK is rolled at the famed El Laguito factory in Cuba. Behike features immaculate construction, including the perfectly placed pigtail cap. The cigar is a winner of a number of awards and is often considered the best and most sought-after (currently produced) cigar in the world.

  5. Padrón 1926 Serie natural cigar

    5. Padrón 1926 Serie – Natural

    Battle Rating: 1639 Wins: 8427 Losses: 4082

    Padrón 1926 Serie Natural cigars debuted in 2002 to celebrate founder José Orlando Padrón’s 75th birthday. This Nicaraguan cigar is widely considered among the best in the world.

  6. Bolívar Cuban cigar

    6. Bolívar

    Battle Rating: 1624 Wins: 6740 Losses: 4922

    Bolívar is among the most well-known, acclaimed Cuban cigars in the world. With a goodly dose of ligero tobacco, it is known for its bold smoking profile.

  7. Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Sobremesa cigar

    7. Sobremesa

    Battle Rating: 1616 Wins: 5343 Losses: 2784

    Sobremesa is the first release from Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, the latest venture from industry veteran Steve Saka—marking a highly-anticipated release for cigar enthusiasts worldwide, after Saka’s departure from Drew Estate.

  8. Padrón 1926 Serie maduro cigar

    8. Padrón 1926 Serie – Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1616 Wins: 1924 Losses: 1180

    Padrón’s world-famous 1926 Serie cigars were created for brand patriarch José Orlando Padrón’s 75th birthday. These box-pressed Nicaraguan maduros are among the world’s finest, winning more awards than most-any cigar blend ever made.

  9. Fuente Fuente OpusX 20 Years Celebration cigar

    9. Fuente Fuente OpusX 20 Years Celebration

    Battle Rating: 1615 Wins: 975 Losses: 435

    Arturo Fuente celebrates 20 years since the original launch of the OpusX with the special-edition Fuente Fuente OpusX 20 Years Celebration, using a new/tweaked blend (including lower-priming wrapper) and a striking new OpusX blue presentation.

  10. Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series maduro cigar

    10. Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series – Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1606 Wins: 6666 Losses: 2940

    Padrón introduced the 1964 Anniversary Series in 1994, during the height of the great cigar boom. This premium, Nicaraguan smoke remains among the best in the world to this day.

  11. Montecristo No. 2 cigar

    11. Montecristo No. 2

    Battle Rating: 1605 Wins: 7000 Losses: 4606

    Montecristo is the world’s largest cigar brand, and at the center of the brand is the Montecristo No. 2 cigar—the best of the best. Critically acclaimed and world-renowned, it’s a classic, to say the least.

  12. Fuente Fuente OpusX Angel's Share cigar

    12. Fuente Fuente OpusX Angel’s Share

    Battle Rating: 1604 Wins: 1326 Losses: 750

    Arturo Fuente introduced the Angel’s Share blend 17 years after the original OpusX cigar. Angel’s Share uses lower priming leaves and a slightly tweaked filler for a milder OpusX experience. The cigars were introduced along a series of new releases to celebrate the company’s 100th anniversary.

  13. Davidoff 702 Series Special R cigar

    13. Davidoff 702 Series – Special R

    Battle Rating: 1601 Wins: 681 Losses: 393

    Davidoff has taken 7 sizes from their traditional “White Label” cigars and replaced their mild wrappers with an Ecuadorian 702 hybrid habano leaf; offering an edgier smoking experience while retaining the original cigar’s refined qualities.

  14. Fuente Fuente OpusX Lost City cigar

    14. Fuente Fuente OpusX Lost City

    Battle Rating: 1584 Wins: 4363 Losses: 2225

    Fuente Fuente OpusX Lost City is a variation of the famous OpusX blend, which uses an unusual selection of tobaccos grown later in the year, during the summer months. The tobaccos are said to be aged for 5 years before rolling and are created in small batches annually.

  15. My Father cigar

    15. My Father

    Battle Rating: 1583 Wins: 4013 Losses: 2104

    My Father is a classic blend that smoked so nice, Master Blender (and cigar legend) Don Pepin named his company and cigar factory for it! It uses an Ecuadorian Habano-Rosado wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers and just seems to embody everything a classic, full-flavored cigar should be.

  16. Padrón Family Reserve 50 Years maduro cigar

    16. Family Reserve 50 Years – Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1583 Wins: 2740 Losses: 1296

    Padrón Family Reserve 50 Years Maduro utilizes the finest tobaccos available from Padrón, having a 5×54 box-pressed robusto vitola, in celebration of the brand’s 50th Anniversary.

  17. 17. Liga Privada Único Serie L40

    Battle Rating: 1572 Wins: 7644 Losses: 4406

    Liga Privada Único Serie L40 is a semi-limited cigar in Drew Estate’s premium Único series, originally released in July, 2011. These cigars are blended specifically for their individual size, making for the most optimum smoking experience.

  18. Davidoff Yamasá cigar

    18. Davidoff Yamasá

    Battle Rating: 1572 Wins: 1690 Losses: 1222

    Davidoff Yamasá is the fourth release in Davidoff’s popular Black Label series. The blend returns to the Dominican Republic, introducing a new Yamasá-grown leaf—where Davidoff has painstakingly cultivated a barren Dominican soil for 20 years, transforming into a new and unique growing region.

  19. Cohiba Robusto Cuban cigar

    19. Cohiba Robusto

    Battle Rating: 1571 Wins: 441 Losses: 185

    Cohiba Robusto is part of the Cuban brand’s Línea Clásica series, among the first cigars offered from the brand developed by Fidel Castro in the 1960s. The Robusto was added in 1989, shortly after Cohiba’s official debut in 1982. It is among the most sought-after Cuban robustos.

  20. Padrón 1926 Serie No. 90 maduro cigar

    20. Padrón 1926 Serie No. 90 – Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1568 Wins: 1626 Losses: 1021

    Padrón celebrates brand patriarch José Orlando Padrón’s 90th birthday with the 1926 Serie No. 90, a special version of the 1926 blend in tubo packaging and a rare, non-box-pressed format.

  21. RoMa Craft Whiskey Rebellion 1794 Cigar Dojo cigar

    21. Whiskey Rebellion 1794 – Cigar Dojo

    Battle Rating: 1566 Wins: 1579 Losses: 1224

    Whiskey Rebellion 1794 was originally crafted as a limited edition cigar in collaboration with Cigar Dojo. The cigars fall under RoMa Craft’s Intemperance lineup and showcase a unique blend, highlighted by a fiery Ecuador Habano Ligero wrapper. All 500 boxes of the limited allotment sold out in under 1 hour.

  22. Davidoff Escurio 60x6 cigar

    22. Davidoff Escurio

    Battle Rating: 1562 Wins: 321 Losses: 129

    Davidoff Escurio marks the second cigar in the brand’s Discovery series (aka Black Label), offering exotic flavor inspiration from Rio, Brazil.

  23. Fuente Fuente OpusX Belicoso XXX cigar

    23. Fuente Fuente OpusX Belicoso XXX

    Battle Rating: 1560 Wins: 7164 Losses: 3158

    OpusX XXX incorporates the original OpusX blend, the first successful Dominican puro—though it has been slightly tweaked for its small size, making for a stronger smoking experience.

  24. Arturo Fuente Añejo No. 77 the Shark cigar

    24. Añejo No. 77 “Shark”

    Battle Rating: 1560 Wins: 7771 Losses: 4259

    The Añejo No. 77 “Shark” cigar is the most sought-after size in the legendary Añejo line by Arturo Fuente. The cigars feature a unique, box-pressed Piramide vitola and a cognac-aged Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper over Dominican fillers.

  25. Drew Estate Undercrown DOGMA cigar

    25. Undercrown DOGMA

    Battle Rating: 1559 Wins: 7461 Losses: 4456

    The Undercrown Dogma was a limited edition cigar created in collaboration with Cigar Dojo and Drew Estate and sold exclusively at Smoke Inn. The Dogma uses a tweaked blend, making for stronger version of the regular Undercrown cigar. It was also the first-ever box-pressed Undercrown.

  26. Arturo Fuente Don Carlos Personal Reserve Eye of the Shark cigar

    26. Don Carlos Eye of the Shark

    Battle Rating: 1559 Wins: 4882 Losses: 2804

    Arturo Fuente has released the Don Carlos Eye of the Shark cigar to much fanfare. This undisclosed blend is a limited release, rolled in the famous “Shark” vitola, made popular by the Añejo No. 77 cigar.

  27. Davidoff Nicaragua cigar

    27. Davidoff Nicaragua

    Battle Rating: 1557 Wins: 291 Losses: 110

    Davidoff, famed for producing ultra-premium cigars out of the Dominican Republic (and previously Cuba), introduced the head-turning Davidoff Nicaragua in 2013; using a Nicaraguan puro blend and rolled at their own Cidav factory in the Dominican Republic. This is the first in Davidoff’s “Black Label” series.

  28. Drew Estate Undercrown Sun Grown

    28. Undercrown Sun Grown

    Battle Rating: 1556 Wins: 146 Losses: 63

    Drew Estate Undercrown Sun Grown is the third cigar in the Undercrown series of cigars, using a Nicaraguan blend and Ecuadorian Sumatra Sun Grown wrapper. This unique blend sets itself apart from the heavy-hitting maduro of the original or the mild characteristics of Undercrown Shade—falling somewhere in between.

  29. Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series Natural cigar 1 star

    29. Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series – Natural

    Battle Rating: 1554 Wins: 2322 Losses: 1078

    The 1964 Anniversary Series was introduced in 1994 to commemorate Padrón’s 30th anniversary. The cigars are among the most prized in the world, having superior complexity, consistency, and an overall refined smoking experience.

  30. La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor cigar

    30. La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor

    Battle Rating: 1553 Wins: 4782 Losses: 2602

    La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor is made for Ashton by the famed Garcia family in Estelí, Nicaragua. Mi Amor uses a Mexican San Andrés maduro wrapper not found on the baseline LADC cigars.

  31. Liga Privada UF-13 Dark cigar

    31. Liga Privada Único Serie UF-13 Dark

    Battle Rating: 1553 Wins: 727 Losses: 469

    Liga Privada Único Serie UF-13 Dark cigars were introduced in 2013. The blend was originally a contender to become the T52 cigar, but was re-branded and re-blended, making for a stronger version of T52, while retaining a similar complexity.

  32. Tatuaje TAA 2012 cigar

    32. Tatuaje TAA 2012

    Battle Rating: 1548 Wins: 6849 Losses: 4123

    Tatuaje’s TAA blends are some of the brand’s most popular limited edition cigars. Each year (with the exception of 2013), Tatuaje has released an altered size of this box-pressed Connecticut Broadleaf blend for the Tobacconists’ Association of America.

  33. Crowned Heads Las Calaveras 2016 cigar

    33. Las Calaveras Edición Limitada 2016

    Battle Rating: 1548 Wins: 1756 Losses: 1416

    Crowned Heads introduces the third blend in their hugely popular Las Calaveras series. Las Calaveras EL 2016 features the first use of Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper tobacco for the limited/seasonal series.

  34. LFD Andalusian Bull cigar

    34. Andalusian Bull

    Battle Rating: 1548 Wins: 1434 Losses: 1086

    La Flor Dominicana follows up their successful “La Nox” cigar with the new “Andalusian Bull” for 2016. Limited in production and using proprietary tobaccos, these intricately rolled figurados are full-bodied, yet smooth.

  35. AVO Syncro South America Ritmo cigar

    35. AVO Syncro South America Ritmo

    Battle Rating: 1546 Wins: 120 Losses: 65

    AVO Syncro South America Ritmo offers a more exotic experience for AVO’s Syncro series, venturing to South America with Ecuador, Peru, and Brazilian leaves. These are brought to “synchronization” with a diverse blend that spans a total of seven countries, making for a refined, yet adventurous experience.

  36. Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2 cigar

    36. Hoyo de Monterrey Épicure No. 2

    Battle Rating: 1545 Wins: 6581 Losses: 4848

    Hoyo de Monterrey Épicure No. 2 is among the most notorious robustos in the world. Cigar enthusiasts praise this smoke as being among the world’s best, Cuban or non.

  37. Oliva Serie V Melanio cigar

    37. Oliva Serie V Melanio

    Battle Rating: 1545 Wins: 4454 Losses: 2127

    Oliva Serie V Melanio is the most premium offering from Oliva Cigar Co. It was originally introduced in 2012 and has since earned top accolades industry-wide, including Cigar Aficionado’s #1 cigar for 2014.

  38. Cohiba Siglo II cigar

    38. Siglo II

    Battle Rating: 1539 Wins: 3966 Losses: 3173

    The Cohiba Siglo II is the petit corona vitola in the premium Siglo line by the legendary Cohiba. Measuring 5×42, these are among the most sought-after Cuban cigars.

  39. My Father Le Bijou 1922 cigar

    39. Le Bijou 1922

    Battle Rating: 1539 Wins: 3639 Losses: 1796

    My Father introduced the Le Bijou 1922 cigar in 2009, an ultra-premium blend using 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos and a very dark, Habano Oscuro wrapper. The cigar is known for its full-bodied complexity of spicy/sweet nuances.

  40. Davidoff Puro d'Oro Eminentes cigar

    40. Davidoff Puro d’Oro

    Battle Rating: 1536 Wins: 1097 Losses: 849

    Davidoff Puro d’Oro incorporates a unique, Dominican Yamasá wrapper—a proprietary tobacco pioneered by Davidoff Master Blender Hendrik Kelner over the course of 10 years. The cigar uses a Dominican puro blend, offering a refined profile.

  41. Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour cigar

    41. The Late Hour

    Battle Rating: 1534 Wins: 137 Losses: 67

    Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour is the second cigar under Davidoff’s luxury Winston Churchill brand. This unique blend incorporates Nicaraguan tobacco aged in used Scotch barrels.

  42. Herrera Estelí TAA Exclusive cigar

    42. Herrera Estelí TAA Exclusive 2016

    Battle Rating: 1532 Wins: 1887 Losses: 1432

    Willy Herrera showcases his blending skills with the Herrera Estelí TAA Exclusive, offering his first Connecticut Broadleaf cigar under Drew Estate. This is a limited production cigar sold exclusively at TAA cigar retailers.

  43. Drew Estate Liga Privada Dirty Rat cigar

    43. Dirty Rat

    Battle Rating: 1530 Wins: 4844 Losses: 2854

    Dirty Rat is the first cigar in Drew Estate’s Liga Privada Único Serie, a collection of premium cigars featuring custom-tweaked blends to fit unique vitolas.

  44. Herrera Esteli Edicion Limitada 2014 lancero cigar

    44. Herrera Esteli Edicion Limitada 2014 Lancero

    Battle Rating: 1526 Wins: 7110 Losses: 4521

    While the regular Herrera Esteli blend was well received most aficionados agree the Edicion Limitada lancero is the best vital of this amazing cigar.

  45. La Flor Dominicana La Nox cigar

    45. La Nox

    Battle Rating: 1526 Wins: 3567 Losses: 3233

    LFD La Nox is all about “the night”. La Flor Dominicana has created a premium blend featuring dark, Brazilian maduro tobacco to match an equally dark packaging and presentation.

  46. AVO Syncro Nicaragua cigar

    46. AVO Syncro Nicaragua

    Battle Rating: 1524 Wins: 7142 Losses: 4832

    The first regular release cigar from the newly-rebranded AVO Cigars, the Syncro Nicaragua takes a cue from the bold, rich tobaccos of Nicaragua. Syncro shows a number of “firsts” for the brand, including first regular release Nicaraguan-inspired blend and first regular release box-pressed cigar.

  47. New World by AJ Fernandez cigar

    47. New World

    Battle Rating: 1523 Wins: 4147 Losses: 2596

    New World marked the next era for industry veteran A.J. Fernandez. Co-blended with A.J.’s father, the cigars feature big flavors and an unusually affordable price. A common favorite amongst maduro enthusiasts as a daily, budget smoke.

  48. RoMa Craft CroMagnon cigar

    48. CroMagnon

    Battle Rating: 1520 Wins: 398 Losses: 265

    RoMa Craft introduced their popular CroMagnon line of cigars in 2011, using a clean and modernized design, full flavors, and low cost to attract consumers. The cigar’s “early man” theme has since carried over to other blends in RoMa Craft’s portfolio.

  49. Liga Privada Papas Fritas

    49. Liga Privada Papas Fritas

    Battle Rating: 1516 Wins: 6123 Losses: 5362

    Papas Fritas are the affordable, snack-sized Liga Privada offering. These “French Fries” feature short-filler tobaccos from original Liga Privada cigars.

  50. Drew Estate Undercrown Flying Pig cigar

    50. Undercrown Flying Pig

    Battle Rating: 1515 Wins: 732 Losses: 477

    Drew Estate introduced their fan-favorite “Flying Pig” size to the Undercrown line of cigars in 2012. The cigars were originally available only to the Netherlands and considered among Drew Estate’s most sought after releases.

  51. Arturo Fuente Casa Fuente cigar

    51. Casa Fuente

    Battle Rating: 1512 Wins: 6195 Losses: 4967

    The Casa Fuente by Arturo Fuente is a special, shop-exclusive cigar made for the Casa Fuente cigar bar (run by Ashton), located in the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, NV. The cigar was introduced for the bar’s opening in 2005 and uses a blend that is believed to be based off the legendary OpusX, with a Cameroon wrapper.

  52. Foundation Cigar Company The Tabernacle cigar

    52. The Tabernacle

    Battle Rating: 1512 Wins: 1614 Losses: 1439

    The Tabernacle is the highly anticipated sophomore release from Foundation Cigar Co. Nick Melillo showcases his blending talents with a full-bodied, Connecticut Broadleaf maduro blend.

  53. Padrón Series - Maduro cigar

    53. Padrón Series – Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1511 Wins: 3890 Losses: 2350

    The Padrón Series is among the most recognized cigars in the world. Also known as the “Thousand Series”, these Nicaraguan puros are Padrón’s baseline cigar offering.

  54. Espinosa Laranja Reserva cigar

    54. Laranja Reserva

    Battle Rating: 1506 Wins: 7493 Losses: 4518

    The Espinosa Laranja Reserva set a new standard in style and quality throughout the Espinosa Cigars lineup. The cigar features a strikingly orange-hued Brazilian wrapper.

  55. Caldwell All Out Kings cigar

    55. All Out Kings

    Battle Rating: 1506 Wins: 140 Losses: 95

    Caldwell collaborates with the revered Drew Estate to introduce a new maduro smoking experience with All Out Kings, blended by Robert Caldwell and Willy Herrera and produced at Drew Estate’s famed La Gran Fabrica Drew Estate factory in Nicaragua.

  56. Tatuaje Cojonu 2009 cigar

    56. Tatuaje Cojonu 2009 Reserva

    Battle Rating: 1504 Wins: 5225 Losses: 3589

    Tatuaje Cojonu 2009 Reserva is the 3rd release in the Cojonu series by Tatuaje. These cigars feature more full-bodied blends than the traditional Brown Label cigars.

  57. Tatuaje Reserva K 222 cigar

    57. Tatuaje Reserva K 222

    Battle Rating: 1504 Wins: 1659 Losses: 1332

    Tatuaje’s Reserva K 222 was made to commemorate brand owner Pete Johnson’s dog passing in 2015. The blend is a cross between Tatuaje’s Cojonu 2003 and Reserva J21. The cigars are the first new regular production blend from Tatuaje to be produced in Miami since 2009.

  58. My Father Flor de Las Antillas cigar

    58. Flor de las Antillas

    Battle Rating: 1502 Wins: 7050 Losses: 4875

    Flor de las Antillas is best known as the #1 cigar of the year in 2012. This My Father cigar provides a ton of classic flavors at an affordable price.

  59. Caldwell Eastern Standard cigar

    59. Eastern Standard

    Battle Rating: 1501 Wins: 4782 Losses: 3978

    Caldwell Eastern Standard uses rare and vintage tobaccos and is crafted at the Ventura factory in the Dominican Republic. The cigar makes use of a unique, dark Conncticut hybrid wrapper over vintage fillers.

  60. Tatuaje TAA 2016 cigar

    60. Tatuaje TAA 2016

    Battle Rating: 1501 Wins: 1776 Losses: 1341

    Tatuaje TAA 2016 brings back the same vitola as the fan-favorite Tatuaje TAA 2012 cigar. This box-pressed maduro has become a seasonal must-buy for cigar enthusiasts, praised for its full flavor and ageability.

  61. Maestro del Tiempo 5205 cigar

    61. Maestro del Tiempo 5205

    Battle Rating: 1501 Wins: 1304 Losses: 1194

    Maestro del Tiempo 5205 is one of two regular production vitolas in Warped Cigars’ 5th Nicaraguan puro lines out of the famed TABSA factory. Maestro del Tiempo lonsdale showcases tobacco varieties from unique locations within the AGANORSA portfolio.

  62. Ramón Allones Superiores cigar

    62. Ramón Allones Superiores

    Battle Rating: 1500 Wins: 5871 Losses: 5306

    Take your old standby Ramón Allones and amp it up! These limited edition smokes are a shop-exclusive for La Casa Del Habanos (we Americans only wish we had access) and are in high demand!

  63. A.J. Fernandez Bellas Artes cigar

    63. Bellas Artes

    Battle Rating: 1500 Wins: 1518 Losses: 1247

    Bellas Artes is the most ambitious blend to date from AJF Cigar Co. The blend incorporates a proprietary, hybrid wrapper, combining 3 seeds for the new “Rojita” leaf, wrapped over a complex filler blend of 6 regions.

  64. My Father Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial cigar

    64. Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial

    Battle Rating: 1499 Wins: 3136 Losses: 2015

    Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial is Jaime’s own blend, son of the famous José “Pepin” Garcia. Jaime showcases a darker side for the typically-Cubanesque brand, using a thick, Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers.

  65. Davidoff Nicaragua Box Pressed cigar

    65. Davidoff Nicaragua Box Pressed

    Battle Rating: 1498 Wins: 2136 Losses: 1407

    First introduced in 2013, Davidoff shocked the cigar world by introducing a Nicaraguan puro to their lineup. Now, Davidoff returns to the rich Nicaraguan soils, amping up the experience for a spicier, “bitter sweet” performance.

  66. Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Mi Querida cigar

    66. Mi Querida

    Battle Rating: 1496 Wins: 1639 Losses: 1204

    Mi Querida by Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust marks the brand’s highly-anticipated introduction to a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro blend, for which brand owner Steve Saka is well-known.

  67. Sancho Panza Belicosos cigar

    67. Sancho Panza Belicosos

    Battle Rating: 1496 Wins: 560 Losses: 594

    Sancho Panza is among the oldest Cuban cigar brands still in existence (dating back to 1848), with the intricately-crafted Belicosos size being among the most popular in the series. The blend showcases a medium body.

  68. Tatuaje Black Label Corona Gorda 2013 cigar

    68. Tatuaje Black Label Corona Gorda 2013

    Battle Rating: 1495 Wins: 4204 Losses: 2524

    Tatuaje Black Label Corona Gorda 2013, also known as “Private Reserve”, is a fan-favorite, limited edition cigar re-released for Tatuaje’s 10th anniversary. The blend was made as Pete’s Johnson’s attempt at re-creating a custom-rolled cigar he had fallen in love with while spending time in Cuba.

  69. Drew Estate Undercrown Shade cigar

    69. Undercrown Shade

    Battle Rating: 1493 Wins: 4572 Losses: 3382

    Drew Estate has unveiled the Undercrown Shade, the long-awaited counterpart to the original Undercrown cigar. The cigar features an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper over a diverse filler blend, making for a more full-bodied version of the traditionally smooth Connecticut.

  70. Hoyo de Monterrey Du Prince cigar

    70. Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo du Prince

    Battle Rating: 1491 Wins: 1682 Losses: 1492

    Of all the cigars in the Hoyo de Monterrey lineup, the Le Hoyo series often ranks among the most prized by connoisseurs. In this series, the cigars showcase smaller, petit frontmaks and a more edgy profile (though still not exceeding medium). A gentle spice is present throughout, along with honey sweetness, citrus, and a light cedar.

  71. Diamond Crown Maximus cigar

    71. Diamond Crown Maximus

    Battle Rating: 1490 Wins: 2024 Losses: 1708

    With the combined talents of the Fuente, Newman, and Oliva cigar families, the Diamond Crown Maximus marks one of the finest maduro cigars in the world. The cigar is rolled at the Fuente factory, using a special, Ecuador Sumatra leaf grown by Oliva.

  72. Herrera Estelí cigar

    72. Herrera Estelí

    Battle Rating: 1488 Wins: 4309 Losses: 2448

    Herrera Estelí was the first cigar blended by Willy Herrera after joining Drew Estate. This Habano blend went on to win multiple awards throughout 2013. The cigars have proven quite successful, with multiple sizes and exclusives added to the line since its launch.

  73. RoMa Craft Tobac Neanderthal cigar

    73. Neanderthal

    Battle Rating: 1487 Wins: 6266 Losses: 5038

    The Neanderthal cigar by RoMa Craft Tobac is the brand’s first new blend since 2012. This Mexican maduro-wrapped smoke uses an extra heavy dose of ligero tobacco.

  74. Tatuaje 10th Anniversary cigar

    74. Tatuaje 10th Anniversary

    Battle Rating: 1487 Wins: 1898 Losses: 1385

    Tatuaje 10th Anniversary cigars utilize the original Seleccion de Cazador “Brown Label” blend, featuring two new sizes and updated band design.

  75. Herrera Estelí Miami cigar

    75. Herrera Estelí Miami

    Battle Rating: 1485 Wins: 808 Losses: 570

    Herrera Estelí Miami combines the world-renowned talents of the El Titan de Bronze factory with Drew Estate’s unparalleled selection of tobaccos. Drew Estate Master Blender Willy Herrera returns to his family’s own ETDB factory, crafting a special experience for the connoisseur.

  76. Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro cigar

    76. Perdomo 20th Anniversary Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1484 Wins: 2948 Losses: 2418

    Perdomo celebrates its 20th anniversary with a special blend. The 20th Anniversary is 100% Nicaraguan, using a wrapper leaf that has been aged in used bourbon barrels for an additional 14 months for added complexity.

  77. Caldwell The Last Tsar cigar

    77. The Last Tsar

    Battle Rating: 1483 Wins: 3411 Losses: 3696

    Caldwell’s The Last Tsar is an ultra-premium cigar made in small batches at the Tabacalera William Ventura factory in the Dominican Republic. Differing from the Caldwell Collection, very little is known of the blend other than a Hybrid Connecticut Arapiraca Maduro wrapper.

  78. San Cristobal Ovation cigar

    78. San Cristobal Ovation

    Battle Rating: 1483 Wins: 3878 Losses: 3080

    San Cristobal Ovation is the first limited edition cigar in the SC line. Crafted by the famed Garcia family, Ovation uses a special 2.5 year double-fermentation on its San Andrés Oscuro wrapper.

  79. AVO Syncro Nicaragua Fogata cigar

    79. AVO Syncro Nicaragua Fogata

    Battle Rating: 1483 Wins: 1700 Losses: 1263

    AVO Syncro Nicaragua Fogata seeks to provide the perfect “synchronization” of a complex and multinational blend, with fiery Nicaraguan ligero at its core. “Fogata” is Spanish for “bonfire” or “campfire”, highlighting Nicaragua’s untamed nature; balanced by a sophisticated blend of Dominican, Ecuadorian, and Mexican tobaccos.

  80. AJ Fernandez Enclave cigar

    80. AJ Fernandez Enclave

    Battle Rating: 1482 Wins: 6924 Losses: 5045

    Released in 2015 the Enclave by AJ Fernandez is a flavorful, yet affordable cigar made at Tabacalera Fernandez in Nicaragua. Wrapped in a Ecuadorian habano rosado the Enclave is not short on flavor.

  81. El Güegüense cigar by Foundation Cigar Co.

    81. El Güegüense

    Battle Rating: 1480 Wins: 6466 Losses: 5327

    El Güegüense is the first cigar from Foundation Cigar Co., a new project from Nick Melillo—one of the most decorated cigar blenders for the modern era.

  82. Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva Sun Grown cigar

    82. Gran Reserva Sun Grown

    Battle Rating: 1476 Wins: 2410 Losses: 1847

    Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva Sun Grown takes the brand’s classic Gran Reserva blend and tops it with an oily, Ecuadorian Sun-Grown wrapper, finished in Spanish cedar vaults and packaged in cedar sleeves.

  83. Alec Bradley Prensado cigar

    83. Prensado

    Battle Rating: 1474 Wins: 2478 Losses: 1973

    Alec Bradley Prensado is best known for winning CA’s Cigar of the Year award in 2011. Since then, Alec Bradley has been a staple in many cigar enthusiast’s humidors. Highlights include a near-perfect, box-pressed construction, full flavors, and a unique, tangy profile.

  84. La Palina Maduro cigar

    84. La Palina Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1469 Wins: 1751 Losses: 1671

    The La Palina Black Label blend takes this classy, traditional cigar brand down a darker road, making good use of their first Mexican San Andrés maduro blend. Expect a maduro with less grit and more refinement, having a sweet and buttery quality, with cocoa and spice tossed in for good measure.

  85. AVO 90th Classic Covers Volume 4 cigar

    85. Classic Covers Volume 4

    Battle Rating: 1469 Wins: 722 Losses: 589

    AVO cleverly incorporates a music-inspired theme into a 2-year, limited edition series that “covers” their original cigars with upgraded versions, ending with 2016’s Classic Covers Volume 4 cigar, based on the brand’s AVO Domaine blend.

  86. Crowned Heads Las Calaveras Edición Limitada 2014 cigar

    86. Las Calaveras Edición Limitada 2014

    Battle Rating: 1468 Wins: 6853 Losses: 4810

    The legendary Las Calaveras EL 2014 cigar went on to be among the most popular cigars throughout 2014 and remains a fan-favorite smoke in the cigar scene to this day. Largely considered superior to its 2015 variant.

  87. Partagas Serie D No. 4 cigar

    87. Partagás Serie D

    Battle Rating: 1468 Wins: 6904 Losses: 4792

    Partagás Serie D is among the most sought-after Cuban cigars in the world, made at the prestigious Partagás Factory, the No. 4 (robusto) size is considered the optimum vitola.

  88. Trinidad Fundadores cigar

    88. Trinidad Fundadores

    Battle Rating: 1465 Wins: 1253 Losses: 1263

    Trinidad Fundadores was the first size officially sold to the public from the Cuban brand. The cigars bear many similarities to their Cohiba siblings and were originally only available as a diplomatic gift from Fidel Castro.

  89. Ashton ESG cigar

    89. Ashton ESG

    Battle Rating: 1462 Wins: 7029 Losses: 4793

    The Aston ESG (Estate Sun Grown) is a Dominican puro that is wrapped in a luxurious, flavorful, and very rare, shade grown Cuban seed tobacco. Priced around $20, these are not intended to be a daily smoke but work perfect for a celebratory cigar.

  90. My Father La Antiguedad cigar

    90. La Antiguedad

    Battle Rating: 1458 Wins: 1741 Losses: 1377

    My Father follows up the success of Flor de las Antillas with another classic, Cuban-inspired blend. La Antiguedad uses the Garcia’s own tobaccos, grown on their Nicaraguan farms, combined with a special Habano Ecuador Rosado Oscuro wrapper.

  91. Quesada Reserva Privada Oscuro cigar

    91. Quesada Reserva Privada Oscuro

    Battle Rating: 1458 Wins: 1592 Losses: 1355

    Quesada Reserva Privada Oscuro takes the original blend from 2015, featuring extremely aged tobaccos, and replaces the delicate Connecticut shade wrapper with a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro leaf, making for a new take on this fan-favorite blend.

  92. Illusione Rothchildes cigar

    92. Illusione *R* Rothchildes

    Battle Rating: 1457 Wins: 4243 Losses: 3622

    Illusione *R* Rothchildes is heavily considered among the best value cigars in the world. Enthusiasts buy Rothchildes by the 50-count box to smoke daily—with full flavors, this $3 – $4 cigar is nearly unbeatable.

  93. San Lotano Oval cigar by AJ Fernandez

    93. San Lotano Oval

    Battle Rating: 1456 Wins: 2479 Losses: 2131

    San Lotano Oval was introduced in 2011 by boutique manufacturer AJ Fernandez. AJ offered the unique concept of an oval-shaped Habano cigar—which, aside from looking unique, fits perfectly in the mouth. A long-time popular choice from craft cigar enthusiasts since its launch.

  94. Quesada 40th Anniversary cigar

    94. Quesada 40th Anniversary

    Battle Rating: 1455 Wins: 5625 Losses: 5527

    The Quesada 40th Anniversary cigar commemorates the company’s Master Blender Manuel Quesada and his 40 years in the cigar industry with a special blend.

  95. Bombay Tobak Gaaja cigar

    95. Gaaja

    Battle Rating: 1454 Wins: 1280 Losses: 1409

    Bombay Tobak introduces their first line outside their popular MBombay series with Gaaja. The name translates to mean “Elephant”, which, in Hindu mythology, elephants teach patience. This is displayed in the years it took to procure the impressive selection of tobaccos from many regions of the world.

  96. Joya de Nicaragua Cuatro Cinco cigar

    96. Cuatro Cinco Reserva Especial

    Battle Rating: 1449 Wins: 3703 Losses: 3297

    Cuatro Cinco Reserva Especial by Joya de Nicaragua is a re-release of the original cigar from 2013. The cigars are now back by popular demand, with a slightly tweaked blend. Cuatro Cinco features Grade A Nicaraguan tobaccos aged in vintage, white oak barrels.

  97. CAO Amazon Anaconda cigar

    97. Amazon Anaconda

    Battle Rating: 1449 Wins: 61 Losses: 57

    CAO finishes their sought-after Amazon Trilogy with Amazon Anaconda, a limited edition, exotic blend that focuses on tobacco growing and processing techniques of the Brazilian rainforest.

  98. Caldwell Blind Man's Bluff cigar

    98. Blind Man’s Bluff

    Battle Rating: 1448 Wins: 71 Losses: 63

    Caldwell Cigar Co. introduced Blind Man’s Bluff in 2015, offering the premium look of their high-end products but with a lower price point. As Caldwell is known to team with well-established cigar manufacturers, BMP features Honduran tobaccos and is made at the famed Camacho factory (Agroindustrias Laepe S.A.) in Honduras.

  99. Sensei's Sensational Sarsaparilla II cigar

    99. Sensei’s Sensational Sarsaparilla II

    Battle Rating: 1447 Wins: 1228 Losses: 1176

    Sensei’s Sensational Sarsaparilla II is the limited edition followup to the 2014 original. The cigars are a collaboration with Cigar Dojo and the La Zona factory. The sequel uses the original blend with a more slender, toro vitola.

  100. Ramón Allones Allones Extra Edición Limitada 2011 cigar

    100. Allones Extra Edición Limitada 2011

    Battle Rating: 1447 Wins: 1010 Losses: 886

    Ramón Allones Allones Extra Edición Limitada 2011 was the 3rd cigar selected for Habanos’ limited series, reviving the classic “Allones Extra” band. The cigars feature a darker wrapper, using top leaves of the Tapado. Tobaccos are specially selected and aged for at least 2 years. The cigars are known for their intense flavor and body.

  101. A. Florez 1975 Serie Privada Capa Habano cigar

    101. 1975 Serie Privada Capa Habano

    Battle Rating: 1446 Wins: 3601 Losses: 3571

    The A. Florez 1975 Serie Privada Capa Habano cigar took home the prestigious honor of #10 cigar of the year in 2014. It is crafted at PDR Cigars in the Dominican Republic, making use of an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, box press, and Entubado rolling technique.

  102. Ashton VSG Virgin Sun Grown cigar

    102. Ashton VSG

    Battle Rating: 1445 Wins: 6839 Losses: 4786

    Ashton Virgin Sun Grown cigars feature a proprietary, sun-grown wrapper over Dominican fillers that have been blended by the renowned Fuente family in the Dominican Republic.

  103. El Centurion H-2K-CT cigar

    103. El Centurion H-2K-CT

    Battle Rating: 1442 Wins: 6585 Losses: 5196

    The unique El Centurion H-2K-CT cigar from My Father Cigars features a flavor packed USA Connecticut Hybrid wrapper and a great price tag.

  104. Arturo Fuente Hemingway Short Story Maduro cigar

    104. Hemingway Short Story Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1442 Wins: 4510 Losses: 2943

    The Hemingway Short Story Maduro uses the base blend of Fuente’s Hemingway cigar, with a dark, Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper replacing the standard Cameroon leaf of the original.

  105. Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu cigar

    105. Havana VI Verocu

    Battle Rating: 1441 Wins: 4278 Losses: 3289

    Tatuaje Havana VI Verocu cigars are now a regular production release from Tatuaje. The cigars feature a tweaked, more full-bodied blend from the original “Red Label” cigars.

  106. Caldwell Eastern Standard Dos Firmas cigar

    106. Dos Firmas

    Battle Rating: 1439 Wins: 1433 Losses: 1352

    Dos Firmas is the third cigar under Caldwell’s Eastern Standard lineup, introducing a special “signature” blend from industry veteran William Ventura – developed over twenty years before the cigar’s launch.

  107. Hoyo La Amistad cigar

    107. Hoyo La Amistad

    Battle Rating: 1439 Wins: 1379 Losses: 1249

    Hoyo de Monterrey entered the modern era of premium cigars in early 2016 with the rebranded HOYO. The brand now teams with industry veteran AJ Fernandez for a special, limited edition blend that showcases AJ’s knowledge of Nicaraguan tobacco.

  108. Ramón Allones cigar

    108. Ramón Allones

    Battle Rating: 1438 Wins: 6033 Losses: 5398

    Ramón Allones is one of the oldest and most well-known cigar brands in the world (est. 1845). This medium-full bodied, luxurious smoke claims fame to some serious pioneering in the cigar world, including inventing the cigar band and using colorful lithographs for box art.

  109. Drew Estate Nica Rustica cigar

    109. Nica Rustica

    Battle Rating: 1438 Wins: 2784 Losses: 2155

    For most Drew Estate fans (and cigar fans in general), Nica Rustica was just what the Dr. ordered. The Undercrown often served as the affordable alternative to the premium Liga Privada cigars, but lacked the heavy Broadleaf wrapper of Liga. Nica Rustica fills the gap, offering dense and earthy flavors at a much more friendly price.

  110. Oliva Master Blends 3 cigar

    110. Master Blends 3

    Battle Rating: 1436 Wins: 3982 Losses: 3113

    The Oliva Master Blends 3 was originally released as a limited edition cigar in 2006. It is now crafted on a regular basis in small quantities out of Oliva’s factory in Nicaragua.

  111. Caldwell Savages cigar

    111. Savages

    Battle Rating: 1436 Wins: 1509 Losses: 1396

    Savages is a special release from Caldwell Cigar Co., offered only to Caldwell’s best retail accounts. The blend showcases a more premium iteration of the brand’s popular Long Live the King cigar.

  112. RoMa Crfat Tobac Intemperance BA XXI cigar

    112. Intemperance BA XXI

    Battle Rating: 1434 Wins: 5815 Losses: 5513

    RoMa Craft Intemperance BA XXI cigars showcase the darker side of this line, using a unique Brazilian Arapiraca maduro wrapper over a diverse, multi-national filler blend.

  113. Illusione Epernay cigar

    113. Epernay

    Battle Rating: 1433 Wins: 5325 Losses: 5745

    Illusione Epernay is a Nicaraguan puro, featuring a smooth and delicate profile, with full flavors and a brilliant complexity. The cigar uses a unique, ligero-free blend that takes away any intense nicotine kick, replaced with subtle nuances.

  114. Joya de Nicaragua Antaño Dark Corojo cigar

    114. Antaño Dark Corojo

    Battle Rating: 1433 Wins: 2369 Losses: 2556

    Antaño Dark Corojo comes from Joya de Nicaragua, the oldest factory in Nicaragua. This is an ultra-bold smoke, showcasing the power of Nicaraguan tobaccos. In fact, Joya warns you straight away, “Novices need not light.”

  115. Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchills cigar

    115. Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchills

    Battle Rating: 1432 Wins: 5472 Losses: 5873

    Wide Churchills is a new size variant of the popular Cuban brand, released in 2010, shortly after the successful Short Churchill size. It is among the most popular RyJ cigars, having a unique vitola in the Cuban cigar world.

  116. Warped Maestro del Tiempo 6102R cigar

    116. Maestro del Tiempo 6102R

    Battle Rating: 1432 Wins: 1388 Losses: 1336

    Warped “masters time” with the Maestro del Tiempo 6102R cigar. This limited edition version of the Maestro del Tiempo blend showcases the rare medio tiempo ligero tobacco in the cigar’s filler; amping up the flavor and strength of the blend.

  117. E.P. Carrillo La Historia cigar

    117. La Historia

    Battle Rating: 1429 Wins: 2895 Losses: 2017

    E.P. Carrillo breaks away from their standard look and taste, using a Mexican San Andrés wrapper (a first for the brand’s regular release cigars) for a deeper, more rich smoking experience. La Historia is known for its prestigious #2 spot on Cigar Aficionado’s 2014 Cigar of the Year list.

  118. La Barba One and Only cigar

    118. One and Only

    Battle Rating: 1429 Wins: 854 Losses: 1002

    One and Only is the 2016 limited edition blend by La Barba. The cigars are limited to 500 boxes of 10 and use an undisclosed blend, made in the Dominican Republic at Tabacalera William Ventura.

  119. Camacho American Barrel-Aged cigar

    119. American Barrel-Aged

    Battle Rating: 1428 Wins: 5045 Losses: 3905

    Camacho American Barrel-Aged takes whiskey-meets-cigars to the next level, using nearly 100% American tobaccos and aging Honduran Cuban-seed Corojo for 5 months in used bourbon barrels.

  120. Eiroa The First 20 Years cigar

    120. EIROA The First 20 Years

    Battle Rating: 1427 Wins: 1461 Losses: 1292

    EIROA Cigars follows up their premium line of cigars with The First 20 Years, a Honduran puro blend made from a special selection of tobaccos; gifted to brand owner Christian Eiroa by his father, in celebration of Christian’s milestone 20 years in the cigar industry.

  121. Crowned Heads La Imperiosa cigar

    121. La Imperiosa

    Battle Rating: 1426 Wins: 4088 Losses: 3210

    La Imperiosa is the highly-requested return of the fan-favorite Las Calaveras EL14 cigar from Crowned Heads. The cigar is now a regular production release, using the same blend but differing in size and branding.

  122. Prometheus God of Fire Serie Aniversario cigar

    122. God of Fire Serie Aniversario

    Battle Rating: 1425 Wins: 2827 Losses: 1996

    God of Fire is an ultra-premium brand produced by the famous Fuente family in the Dominican Republic. Made for Prometheus, an upscale cigar accessories manufacturer, the new GOF Serie Aniversario celebrates 10 years since the first GOF cigar—using specially-selected tobaccos and elegant vitolas.

  123. Altadis USA Montecristo cigar

    123. Montecristo (Dominican Republic)

    Battle Rating: 1424 Wins: 1497 Losses: 1998

    Altadis USA showcases the Dominican side of the world-renowned Montecristo brand. Often known as the Montecristo Yellow, the cigar uses a delicate, Connecitcut shade wrapper over Dominican fillers for a silky smooth smoking experience.

  124. Ashton Symmetry cigar

    124. Ashton Symmetry

    Battle Rating: 1423 Wins: 1881 Losses: 1374

    Ashton looks to find perfect “symmetry” with their first Ashton-branded product in years. Nicaragua meets Dominican tobaccos for a rich and balanced experience—blended, as usual, by the prestigious Fuente family.

  125. Cubariqueño Cigar Co. Protocol Probable Cause cigar

    125. Protocol Probable Cause

    Battle Rating: 1423 Wins: 1224 Losses: 1185

    Probable Cause is the followup to Cubariqueño’s first release, Protocol. The name draws from the brand owner’s backgrounds in law enforcement. Probable Cause utilizes a new blend, featuring Nicaraguan tobaccos wrapped in a San Andrés Mexican maduro wrapper.

  126. Rocky Patel Fifteenth Anniversary cigar

    126. Rocky Patel Fifteenth Anniversary

    Battle Rating: 1423 Wins: 305 Losses: 293

    Rocky Patel Fifteenth Anniversary cigars debuted in 2010 to celebrate Rocky’s anniversary in the cigar industry. It is among the brand’s highest scoring blends, ranking among the top 25 cigars of the year on three occasions.

  127. La Palina Mr. Sam cigar

    127. Mr. Sam

    Battle Rating: 1422 Wins: 5924 Losses: 5171

    La Palina Mr. Sam cigars are a special blend made to commemorate the brand’s founder, Sam Paley. Mr. Sam is rolled at the famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami, Florida, which employs only the highest level cigar rollers.

  128. LFD Double Ligero Chisel cigar

    128. Double Ligero Chisel

    Battle Rating: 1420 Wins: 6423 Losses: 5383

    Featuring one of the most unique shapes in the cigar world the Flor Dominicana Double Ligero Chisel is a modified torpedo which is flattened out at the head. The Dominican filler and binders are wrapped in a beautiful and oily looking Ecuadorian Sumatra Sun Grown leaf.

  129. Sensei's Sensational Sarsaparilla cigar

    129. Sarsaparilla

    Battle Rating: 1420 Wins: 5979 Losses: 5147

    The widely popular “Sensei’s Sensational Sarsaparilla” was the Cigar Dojo’s follow-up to the Drew Estate Undercrown DOGMA. The Sarsaparilla was well received, garnering great reviews and completely selling out in just a few weeks.

  130. Tatuaje Reserva RC184 cigar

    130. Tatuaje Reserva RC184

    Battle Rating: 1419 Wins: 1558 Losses: 1423

    Tatuaje Reserva RC184 is among the most premium regular offerings from Tatuaje. It stands for “Retro Cuban”, honoring an authentic Cuban style; with premium foil packaging and a smooth, refined flavor profile.

  131. Matilde Quadrata cigar

    131. Matilde Quadrata

    Battle Rating: 1419 Wins: 1484 Losses: 1360

    Matilde Cigars’ third offering in three years helps to round out their portfolio. Quadrata uses Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos for a medium/full profile with full flavor. Quadrata is also the first box-pressed offering from Matilde.

  132. Illusione Haut 10 cigar

    132. Haut 10

    Battle Rating: 1418 Wins: 1204 Losses: 1358

    Illusione celebrates their 10th anniversary with a special Nicaraguan puro blend, dubbed Haut 10. Working with the esteemed TABSA factory and AGANORSA farms, a special blend has been chosen, featuring a “Grade AAA” Cafe Claro Corojo wrapper and triple sorting to guarantee supreme performance.

  133. Quesada Reserva Privada cigar

    133. Quesada Reserva Privada

    Battle Rating: 1416 Wins: 5652 Losses: 5494

    The luxurious Quesada Rserva Privada features a binder from 1997 and topped with a gorgeous Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. This limited release cigar is tough to find but well worth the $15 price tag.

  134. Flor de D'Crossier 512 cigar

    134. Flor de D’Crossier 512

    Battle Rating: 1416 Wins: 6021 Losses: 5006

    The Flor de D’Crossier 512 is D’Crossier Cigars first attempt at a inexpensive offering and they hit a home run. These Costa Rican, salty, sweet, and savory, cigars feature a perfect draw, tons of flavor, and endless satisfaction. The Corona Gorda size it the best in our opinion but frankly you can’t go wrong with any vitola of Flor de D’Crissier 512.

  135. Cornelius & Anthony Venganza cigar

    135. Venganza

    Battle Rating: 1415 Wins: 1326 Losses: 1504

    Cornelius & Anthony debuted Venganza at IPCPR 2016. Their 4th release in the lineup, Venganza features a more premium and full-bodied experience, compared to their other cigars from the La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

  136. Dunbarton Todos Las Dias cigar

    136. Todos Las Dias

    Battle Rating: 1415 Wins: 79 Losses: 58

    Todos Las Dias by Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust is the company’s third core-line cigar and strongest blend to date. TLD is a Nicaraguan puro that is intended to start on the mellow side, building to a high-octane, Nicaraguan powerhouse blend through a gradual progression.

  137. Nat Sherman 85th Anniversary

    137. Nat Sherman 85th Anniversary

    Battle Rating: 1414 Wins: 1882 Losses: 1826

    Celebrating the opening of Nat Sherman’s legendary Townhouse store in Manhattan, NY in 1930, the brand has crafted a special cigar for the occasion. Utilizing Nicaraguan fillers and a special Dominican wrapper, the cigars are rolled with the classic entubado style, making for an ultra-premium experience.

  138. Nat Sherman Timeless Collection Nicaragua cigar

    138. Timeless Collection Nicaragua

    Battle Rating: 1413 Wins: 2277 Losses: 2089

    Nat Sherman Timeless Collection Nicaragua is the Nicaraguan-inspired followup to 2012’s NS Timeless (Dominican) cigar. It features a 100% Nicaraguan puro blend, made at the renowned Plasencia factory in Nicaragua.

  139. La Aurora Preferidos Maduro cigar

    139. La Aurora Preferidos Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1413 Wins: 1834 Losses: 1817

    La Aurora Preferidos Maduro is a favorite for maduro fans industry-wide. The cigars are instantly recognizable, having a very intricate & bulbous shape. This well-known blend is made at the La Aurora factory, which is known for both its skilled craftsmanship, as well as being the oldest in the Dominican Republic.

  140. CLE Corojo cigar

    140. CLE Corojo

    Battle Rating: 1413 Wins: 279 Losses: 271

    Among CLE Cigars’ most popular offerings is their core-line CLE Corojo. The cigar showcases the esteemed Eiroa family’s rich heritage for Honduran, Cuban-seed tobacco.

  141. San Cristóbal de La Habana cigar

    141. San Cristóbal de La Habana El Príncipe

    Battle Rating: 1411 Wins: 1426 Losses: 1575

    El Príncipe by San Cristóbal de La Habana is the smallest size in the lineup. This Petit Corona offers a mild-medium body and surprisingly intricate and complex flavors for its size—described as heavy in floral and cocoa nuances.

  142. Padrón Dámaso No. 32 cigar

    142. Padrón Dámaso No. 32

    Battle Rating: 1411 Wins: 1635 Losses: 1447

    Padrón introduced two new sizes to its Dámaso lineup at IPCPR 2016. The Dámaso No. 32 features a new size and an “amped up” blend, for a fuller Connecticut profile.

  143. Padrón Dámaso cigar

    143. Padrón Dámaso

    Battle Rating: 1409 Wins: 6164 Losses: 5626

    Padrón Dámaso marks a huge change for Padrón, one of the world’s leading cigar brands. For the first time, a Padrón cigar features a Connecticut-seed wrapper. This cigar fills the gap in their lineup, now including a premium cigar for the mild palate.

  144. L'Atelier Côte d’Or cigar

    144. Côte d’Or

    Battle Rating: 1409 Wins: 4213 Losses: 3916

    L’Atelier Côte d’Or is the brand’s most premium cigar offering to date. It utilizes the rare Pelo de Oro tobaccos, an ultra-premium and rare tobacco variety.

  145. Illusione "Original Documents" cigar

    145. Illusione “Original Documents”

    Battle Rating: 1408 Wins: 2758 Losses: 2912

    Illusione’s first core-line offering, “Original Documents”, features a Nicaraguan puro blend and is a true small batch offering, utilizing the premium Aganorsa tobaccos and being crafted at the esteemed TABSA factory in Nicaragua.

  146. Casa Magna Colorado cigar

    146. Casa Magna Colorado

    Battle Rating: 1408 Wins: 2151 Losses: 1936

    Casa Magna Colorado is the ingenious collaboration between Manuel Quesada and Nestor Plasencia, crafting a full-bodied, affordable, Nicaraguan puro masterpiece—one that most any cigar connoisseur will agree upon.

  147. Matilde Oscura cigar

    147. Matilde Oscura

    Battle Rating: 1407 Wins: 5925 Losses: 4856

    The Matilde Oscura is Matilde Cigars’ follow-up release from 2014’s Renacer cigar. For this release, the brand has turned to the dark side, using a dark, Mexican San Andrés maduro wrapper.

  148. Warped Flor Del Valle cigar

    148. Flor del Valle

    Battle Rating: 1407 Wins: 3624 Losses: 3361

    Flor del Valle is one of the original cigar lines from Warped Cigars, a modern brand that is quickly rising in popularity among cigar enthusiasts. The cigar is a revived Cuban brand that uses classic Cuban rolling techniques with 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos.

  149. Cubanacan HR cigar

    149. HR – Hirochi Robaina

    Battle Rating: 1404 Wins: 5527 Losses: 5351

    Descending from cigar royalty, Hirochi Robaina has teamed with Cubanacan Cigars to offer one of the most premium smoking experiences currently available.

  150. Jericho Hill cigar

    150. Jericho Hill

    Battle Rating: 1404 Wins: 7158 Losses: 4836

    With a deep, dark, Mexican San Andrés Maduro wrapper, this cigar comes out of the My Father Factory in Nicaragua and quickly became a fan favorite among boutique cigar smokers.

  151. Cohiba Blue cigar

    151. Cohiba Blue

    Battle Rating: 1404 Wins: 137 Losses: 238

    Cohiba Blue offers an entry point for cigar consumers into the premium collection of Cohiba’s Dominican-based cigars; using a diverse, three-country blend and proprietary, Honduran OSA tobaccos on the cigar’s wrapper and binder.

  152. L'Atelier Maduro cigar

    152. L’Atelier Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1403 Wins: 2036 Losses: 1854

    L’Atelier Maduro makes good use of a dark, Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, complete with a premium Sancti Spíritus binder, grown at the famed Garcia farms in Nicaragua. An affordable price is just a segue into a silky smooth profile of chocolate and vanilla.

  153. Brick House cigar

    153. Brick House

    Battle Rating: 1402 Wins: 5375 Losses: 6370

    Brick House cigars are made by J.C. Newman in Tampa Bay’s Cigar City area. Originally crafted from 100% Cuban tobaccos, the cigars are now Nicaraguan puros.

  154. L'Atelier Imports Extension de la Racine ER15 cigar

    154. L’Atelier Extension de la Racine

    Battle Rating: 1401 Wins: 2832 Losses: 3075

    L’Atelier Extension de la Racine is an annual, limited edition cigar that is rolled in a new vitola each year. The cigar features the rare Sanctí Spiritus tobacco and a Nicaraguan puro blend.

  155. L'Atelier LAT52 cigar

    155. L’Atelier

    Battle Rating: 1401 Wins: 2534 Losses: 2433

    L’Atelier is the more affordable counterpart to the legendary Behike BHK cigar. Made in Nicaragua, L’Atelier emulates Behike with a much cheaper price point, while offering its own unique subtleties that have made it a staple in the craft cigar scene.

  156. L'Atelier La Mission du L'Atelier cigar

    156. La Mission du L’Atelier

    Battle Rating: 1400 Wins: 6707 Losses: 4971

    La Mission du L’Atelier draws inspiration from the wine industry. It is billed as L’Atelier’s most bold offering to date, using a San Andrés Mexican maduro wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers, including the premium Sancti Spíritus leaf.

  157. Espinosa Habano cigar

    157. Espinosa Habano

    Battle Rating: 1399 Wins: 6179 Losses: 5269

    The Espinosa Habano cigar has been updated with a sleek new look and slightly tweaked blend, making for a more refined version of this classic, award-winning cigar.

  158. CAO Pilón cigar

    158. CAO Pilón

    Battle Rating: 1399 Wins: 1675 Losses: 1542

    The CAO Pilón utilizes a 19th century Cuban technique of fermenting leaves in circular pilóns, rather the rectangular arrangement used today. CAO Pilón showcases a refined look, intended to compete with over-priced luxury cigars, making for a more manageable celebratory smoke.

  159. La Palina Goldie Laguito No. 2 cigar

    159. Goldie Laguito No. 2

    Battle Rating: 1398 Wins: 5745 Losses: 4956

    The first Goldie cigar, Laguito No. 2, was released in 2012. Every year following, La Palina has introduced a new, limited edition size of the blend. While all Goldie cigars are limited, none were more rare than this, the first release.

  160. MBombay Corojo Oscuro cigar

    160. MBombay Corojo Oscuro

    Battle Rating: 1397 Wins: 1517 Losses: 1444

    MBombay cigars by Bombay Tobak have become some of the most sought-after craft/boutique cigars over the past few years. The Corojo Oscuro features dark & decadent flavors, derived from a diverse, multinational blend and a rich, Ecuadorian Corojo Oscuro wrapper.

  161. Camacho Corojo cigar

    161. Camacho Corojo

    Battle Rating: 1396 Wins: 5535 Losses: 5964

    At the center of Camacho’s BOLD lineup is the Corojo, consisting of original Cuban-seed Corojo tobacco, grown in Honduras since being smuggled out of Cuba in the 1960’s. Camacho now carries the torch for the original Corojo, as Cuba has since switched to hybrid, mold-resilient tobaccos.

  162. Viaje Platino cigar

    162. Viaje Platino

    Battle Rating: 1395 Wins: 4622 Losses: 6189

    Viaje Platino is considered one of the brand’s baseline cigars. With Viaje’s standard small batch production, these Nicaraguan puros are the epitome of boutique in the cigar world.

  163. Camacho Powerband cigar

    163. Camacho Powerband

    Battle Rating: 1395 Wins: 1516 Losses: 1538

    Camacho Powerband is the 2nd cigar in Camacho’s new Master Built Series. V-twin biker imagery sparks a powerhouse smoke from a diverse, multinational blend. Camacho also introduces a proprietary Powerband™ bunching technique, boasting a smooth draw, despite having a large quantity of tobaccos in the blend.

  164. Crux Guild cigar

    164. Crux Guild

    Battle Rating: 1393 Wins: 1401 Losses: 1583

    Crux Guild pays homage to the skill of the craft, utilizing some of the most talented rollers at the famed Plasencia Cigars factory in Estelí.

  165. Quesada Oktoberfest 2015 Edition cigar

    165. Oktoberfest

    Battle Rating: 1392 Wins: 5632 Losses: 5516

    Quesada Oktoberfest cigars are some of the most anticipated seasonally released cigars on the market—the cigars have been blended to pair with Marzen-style beers (Oktoberfest), making for a great fall tradition.

  166. RoMa Craft Wunder|Lust cigar

    166. Wunder|Lust

    Battle Rating: 1392 Wins: 231 Losses: 228

    RoMa Craft debuted the unorthodox Wunder|Lust cigar at the tail end of 2015, releasing a unique blend exclusively to the German cigar market. The blend smokes much differently than RoMa Craft’s usual portfolio, offering a more delicate and aromatic experience, highlighted by a “mysterious” tobacco in the cigar’s filler.

  167. H. Upmann Cuban cigar

    167. H. Upmann

    Battle Rating: 1391 Wins: 2965 Losses: 3225

    H. Upmann is among the oldest and most recognized Cuban cigar brands in the world, dating back to 1844. Typically, the profile is a more mild strength when compared to some of the other sought-after Cuban cigars.

  168. Illusione Maduro cigar

    168. Illusione Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1391 Wins: 1628 Losses: 1642

    Illusione Maduro is the maduro variant of the brand’s baseline “Original Documents” cigar. This is a true small batch operation, with very careful attention to detail, being rolled by the highly-esteemed TABSA factory in Nicaragua. The cigar’s Mexican San Andrés maduro wrapper adds a nutty sweetness to this fan-favorite blend.

  169. Warped La Colmena Black Honey cigar

    169. La Colmena Black Honey

    Battle Rating: 1389 Wins: 5291 Losses: 5932

    La Colmena Black Honey was an ultra-limited release in 2015 that included only 60 bundles of 10 cigars. The blend uses La Colmena fillers under an Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro wrapper from Warped’s El Oso cigar made at the same ETDB factory.

  170. Room101 Johnny Tobacconaut cigar

    170. Johnny Tobacconaut

    Battle Rating: 1389 Wins: 2885 Losses: 4121

    Johnny Tobacconaut by Room101 is among the most talked about releases for 2015, featuring a stylin’ funk-meets-class packaging and unique, figurado vitolas. There’s really no excuse not to have some of these in your collection—that is, if you can find them.

  171. Vegas Robaina cigar

    171. Vegas Robaina

    Battle Rating: 1388 Wins: 4997 Losses: 5990

    Vegas Robaina is a post-revolution Cuban brand made to honor the legendary Alejandro Robaina, known as the best Cuban tobacco farmer of all time. The cigar was introduced in 1997, using tobaccos from Robaina’s farm.

  172. Espinosa 601 Blue Label maduro cigar

    172. 601 Blue Label

    Battle Rating: 1388 Wins: 5245 Losses: 5679

    601 Blue Label is one of three varieties in Espinosa’s 601 lineup. The Blue Label fills the role of the dark, box-pressed Connecticut Broadleaf maduro.

  173. Rocky Patel Royale cigar

    173. Rocky Patel Royale

    Battle Rating: 1388 Wins: 2179 Losses: 1971

    Rocky Patel Royale encompasses the more elite side of Rocky’s lineup, featuring Nicaraguan tobaccos and a special, double binder of Connecticut leaves—both broadleaf and shade-grown.

  174. Illusione Singularé 2013 Rose Croix cigar

    174. Singularé 2013 Rose Croix

    Battle Rating: 1388 Wins: 621 Losses: 658

    Illusione’s limited edition offering for 2013 was the Singularé 2013 Rose Croix, a Nicaraguan puro rolled with select tobaccos in a large, Churchill size. The cigars were limited to only 900 boxes of 15, due to availability of the rare AGANORSA tobaccos used.

  175. Punch Habanos cigar

    175. Punch

    Battle Rating: 1388 Wins: 207 Losses: 182

    Punch cigars are among the world’s oldest cigar brands in current production. The Cuban, Habanos brand was established in 1840 and is now classified as a multi-local brand. The blend uses tobaccos of Cuba’s most premium Vuelta Abajo region and are considered medium body.

  176. Tatuaje Tattoo cigar

    176. Tattoo

    Battle Rating: 1387 Wins: 5585 Losses: 5480

    Tattoo is Tatuaje’s answer to an affordable cigar. Using the English translation of Tatuaje, these maduros are made at the Garcia’s alternate TACUBA factory in Estelí. Pricing ranges from $5 – $6, though the real savings comes into play with the large, 50-count boxes—bringing the cigars under the $5 range.

  177. Tatuaje L′Esprit de Vérité Robusto 2008 Vintage cigar

    177. L′Esprit de Vérité Robusto 2008 Vintage

    Battle Rating: 1387 Wins: 4947 Losses: 5809

    L′Esprit de Vérité Robusto 2008 Vintage is an ultra-limited run cigar that emulates wine, using tobaccos grown from a singular farm in Estelí, Nicaragua.

  178. E.P. Carrillo CORE Natural cigar

    178. E.P. Carrillo CORE

    Battle Rating: 1387 Wins: 2243 Losses: 2060

    E.P. Carrillo CORE Natural was the first cigar introduced by EPC Cigar Co. upon launching in 2010. This is a classic Dominican blend with superb balance and an attractive price point.

  179. Cornelius & Anthony Cornelius cigar

    179. Cornelius

    Battle Rating: 1387 Wins: 1441 Losses: 1619

    Cornelius & Anthony Premium Cigars are among the most talked about brands coming into 2016. Their first release is known as Cornelius, featuring a luxury-priced blend made out of the famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami’s Little Havana Neighborhood.

  180. Punch Rare Corojo cigar

    180. Rare Corojo

    Battle Rating: 1386 Wins: 1663 Losses: 1835

    Punch Rare Corojo is among the most popular small batch / seasonal cigar releases, with its annual, limited allotment released each February to cigar fans. Many credit Rare Corojo with creating demand for special, annual releases in the craft cigar market.

  181. San Cristobal Elegancia cigar

    181. San Cristobal Elegancia

    Battle Rating: 1386 Wins: 279 Losses: 320

    Ashton introduced an Ecuadorian Connecticut blend to its San Cristobal lineup in 2011, teaming with the famed Garcia family to blend the Elegancia. The cigar is the only Connecticut Shade offering from San Cristobal, offering a fuller-bodied experience than Connecticuts of old—hovering around the medium-light-body range.

  182. Camacho Shellback cigar

    182. Shellback

    Battle Rating: 1385 Wins: 3174 Losses: 4164

    This 6×50 toro is a limited cigar and features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and fillers. Shellback is a limited release cigar for 2015, incorporating a nautical theme.

  183. AJ Fernandez New World Connecticut cigar

    183. New World Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1385 Wins: 3702 Losses: 3752

    AJ Fernandez debuts the New World Connecticut, a Connecticut Shade version of the popular New World cigar, featuring full flavors at an affordable price.

  184. Aging Room Small Batch M356 cigar

    184. Aging Room M356

    Battle Rating: 1385 Wins: 4119 Losses: 3094

    The Aging Room M356 was the first cigar under the Aging Room Small Batch series by Boutique Blends. The cigars are created in small batches in the Dominican Republic. Upon its release in 2011, M356 went on to win multiple year-end cigar awards.

  185. CAO Flathead cigar

    185. Flathead

    Battle Rating: 1385 Wins: 2198 Losses: 2192

    CAO Flathead is an affordable cigar line launched in 2013 to satisfy the likes of most any cigar enthusiast: premium cigars, cars, and girls… This ’50s-infused gearhead smoke has recently been named CA’s #3 cigar of the year for 2015, but does Cigar Wars agree?

  186. La Hacienda by Warped Cigars

    186. La Hacienda

    Battle Rating: 1384 Wins: 5734 Losses: 5559

    Warped Cigars continues its quest to bring the classic Cuban cigar heritage to the modern smoker. La Hacienda offers a medium-bodied, well-balanced smoking experience at a surprisingly affordable price point.

  187. Crowned Heads J.D. Howard Reserve cigar

    187. J.D. Howard Reserve

    Battle Rating: 1384 Wins: 2727 Losses: 3469

    Crowned Heads’ third regular production release, J.D. Howard Reserve, pays homage to outlaw Jesse James. This Western-themed smoke takes on a similar character, with smokey, campfire-like notes throughout.

  188. AJ Fernandez San Lotano Requiem Habano cigar

    188. San Lotano Requiem Habano

    Battle Rating: 1384 Wins: 286 Losses: 286

    San Lotano Requiem Habano by A.J. Fernandez Cigar Company showcases a diverse blend, offering a fuller-bodied smoking experience that is highlighted by a high-octane Brazilian Habano ligero wrapper.

  189. Por Larrañaga Petit Coronas cigar

    189. Por Larrañaga Petit Coronas

    Battle Rating: 1384 Wins: 167 Losses: 192

    Por Larrañaga is the world’s oldest cigar brand in current production. The Por Larrañaga Petit Coronas size is among Cuba’s most sought-after small cigar, showcasing a mild to medium profile that caters towards delicate and complex nuances over strength and body.

  190. Alec Bradley Family Blend The Lineage cigar

    190. The Lineage

    Battle Rating: 1383 Wins: 1651 Losses: 1815

    Alec Bradley The Lineage is a family cigar blend, commemorating the coming of age for founder Alan Rubin’s sons, Alec and Bradley. Alan complied to US laws regarding smoking for his boys, and when they were of legal smoking age, The Lineage cigar was made to celebrate.

  191. Camacho Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged cigar

    191. Nicaraguan Barrel-Aged

    Battle Rating: 1383 Wins: 74 Losses: 74

    Camacho introduces the followup cigar to American Barrel-Aged with a diverse, five-country blend that focuses on Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 filler tobaccos aged in used Flor de Caña rum barrels, making for a unique take on a Nicaraguan-focused smoking profile.

  192. Perdomo Reserve 10th Anniversary Champagne cigar

    192. Perdomo Reserve Champagne

    Battle Rating: 1382 Wins: 2192 Losses: 2410

    Perdomo Reserve 10 Year Anniversary Champagne cigars take a different approach from the renowned Perdomo brand. A triple-fermented, 6-year-aged Connecticut “Champagne” wrapper shows softer complexity.

  193. Warped Flor del Valle Sky Flower cigar

    193. Sky Flower

    Battle Rating: 1382 Wins: 1400 Losses: 1492

    Warped introduced Sky Flower to their popular Flor del Valle line in 2015. The new version includes the rare medio tiempo ligero (made famous by the Behike BHK) for a stronger blend.

  194. 194. Casa Cuba

    Battle Rating: 1381 Wins: 6067 Losses: 5293

    Intended to be a 2012 release to celebrate Arturo Fuente’s 100th anniversary, Casa Cuba didn’t hit shelves until 2013, bearing a “Pre Release” sub-band. In 2014 the cigars became a regular production offering. Casa Cuba is Fuente’s first true new release in almost 20 years, blended by Carlos Fuente Sr. to emulate cigars from his early days, when he blended with Cuban tobaccos.

  195. Rocky Patel Super Ligero cigar

    195. Rocky Patel Super Ligero

    Battle Rating: 1381 Wins: 5396 Losses: 5989

    The Super Ligero is Rockey Patel’s most powerful cigar to date. Featuring a triple helping of Costa Rican Triple Ligero filler that will satisfy even the most demanding palette.

  196. Illusione Gigantes cigar

    196. Illusione *G* Gigantes

    Battle Rating: 1381 Wins: 1303 Losses: 1546

    Illusione *G* Gigantes is the big brother to the brand’s popular *R* Rothchildes cigar. A large Gordo size and affordable price (combined with premium Aganorsa tobacco) make it all-the-more attractive as the enthusiast’s go-to choice.

  197. The Oscar cigar by Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co.

    197. The Oscar

    Battle Rating: 1381 Wins: 1384 Losses: 1348

    The Oscar by Oscar Valladares Tobacco & Co. is the premium follow-up release to the brand’s popular LEAF by Oscar cigars, using primarily Honduran tobaccos and a bright, Candela cover leaf to replace the conventional cellophane.

  198. Camacho Corojo Box-Pressed BXP cigar

    198. Camacho Corojo BXP

    Battle Rating: 1381 Wins: 215 Losses: 213

    Camacho Corojo Box-Pressed BXP is the amped-up version of the original Corojo. The cigars feature box-pressed shapes, and new black-themed appearance, and added Pennsylvania Broadleaf in the filler.

  199. Henry Clay Tattoo cigar

    199. Henry Clay Tattoo

    Battle Rating: 1380 Wins: 4994 Losses: 5849

    Henry Clay Tattoo cigars see the unlikely pairing of Pete Johnson of Tatuaje and the Grupo de Maestros of Altadis USA. Pete has worked closely with Altadis’ expert blenders to create a cigar to pay homage to one of his favorites—the original Henry Clay cigar.

  200. Espinosa Crema cigar

    200. Espinosa Crema

    Battle Rating: 1378 Wins: 1381 Losses: 1429

    Espinosa Premium Cigars veers from their usual, high-octane releases with the Espinosa Crema—showcasing a more mellow and creamy smoking experience—expanding their core lineup to include a broader range of profiles for cigar enthusiasts.

  201. Partagas Benji Menendez Master Series Prominentes cigar

    201. Benji Menendez Partagas Master Series

    Battle Rating: 1378 Wins: 531 Losses: 583

    Benji Menendez Partagas Master Series cigars were originally released in 2009. The cigars were hailed for their premium Cameroon wrappers and superior price/value.

  202. Eiroa cigar

    202. EIROA

    Battle Rating: 1376 Wins: 5624 Losses: 5628

    Christian Eiroa honors the family legacy in the cigar industry with a Honduran puro blend designed for the connoisseur’s palate.

  203. La Jugada Habano cigar

    203. La Jugada Habano

    Battle Rating: 1376 Wins: 5783 Losses: 5533

    The number one cigar of the year in 2013 the La Jugada Habano is full flavored and full strength giving plenty of smoking satisfaction for a great price.

  204. Crowned Heads Four Kicks cigar

    204. Four Kicks

    Battle Rating: 1376 Wins: 4030 Losses: 3816

    Four Kicks was the first release by Nashville-based brand Crowned Heads. The cigars feature primarily Nicaraguan tobaccos and are made in the Dominican Republic under the watchful eye of Master Blender E.P. Carrillo. A medium-bodied, full-flavored smoking experience.

  205. La Gloria Cubana Serie R cigar

    205. La Gloria Cubana Serie R

    Battle Rating: 1376 Wins: 3105 Losses: 2577

    La Gloria Cubana Serie R is known for helping to spark interest for the more modern style of boutique cigars, with big flavors and equally big ring gauges. In 1999, the brand was sold to General Cigar Company by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo.

  206. La Palina Goldie Dalia cigar

    206. Goldie Dalia

    Battle Rating: 1376 Wins: 1510 Losses: 1471

    The 2016 edition of the fan-favorite “Goldie Series” features the closest size to La Palina’s original Laguito No. 2 to date. At 6¾” × 43, this lonsdale is referred to as “Dalia” in the Cuban industry. As usual, Goldie Dalia showcases among the finest craftsmanship in the world.

  207. A.J. Fernandez Last Call Maduro cigar

    207. Last Call Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1375 Wins: 1220 Losses: 1216

    Last Call Maduro by AJF Cigar Co. is the followup to the rothschild-sized Last Call cigar introduced in early 2016. The new blend utilizes a Nicaraguan puro blend, complete with a Nicaraguan-grown Pennsylvania Broadleaf-seed wrapper.

  208. Warped Corto cigar

    208. Corto

    Battle Rating: 1374 Wins: 3548 Losses: 3980

    Using 100% Aganorsa leaf, this Nicaraguan puro is packed with flavor. The Corto (meaning short) has a slight box press to it and will be a annual release from Warped Cigars, with each year bringing a new size.

  209. Alec Bradley Tempus cigar

    209. Tempus

    Battle Rating: 1374 Wins: 2288 Losses: 2288

    Alec Bradley Tempus is all about balance. The brand’s most full-bodied blend incorporates a special Honduran tobacco, double binder, and expert craftsmanship to bring a full-bodied blend with enough flavor to balance out one of the most popular cigars in today’s market.

  210. Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 cigar

    210. Vintage 1992

    Battle Rating: 1374 Wins: 2281 Losses: 2331

    Rocky Patel has become well-known for their Vintage cigar blends. With Vintage 1992, the cigar showcases a 10-year-aged wrapper over Nicaraguan & Dominican long-fillers, crafted in the Honduras.

  211. Partagas 1845

    211. Partagas 1845

    Battle Rating: 1374 Wins: 1626 Losses: 2185

    Partagas 1845 is the new core-line cigar from the non-Cuban Partagas brand. Featuring a fuller body and long-filler tobaccos aged in Dominican rum barrels. Partagas situates this blend between the delicate nuances of the original and the decadent sweetness of their Black Label cigars.

  212. Caldwell Eastern Standard Midnight Express Maduro cigar

    212. Midnight Express

    Battle Rating: 1374 Wins: 1326 Losses: 1393

    Caldwell introduces a new take on their popular Eastern Standard cigar with Midnight Express; trading out the original Connecticut Hybrid Ecuadoriano leaf for a dark, Conecticut Arapiraca Maduro wrapper.

  213. Tatuaje Seleccion de Cazador cigar

    213. Seleccion de Cazador

    Battle Rating: 1373 Wins: 235 Losses: 207

    Tatuaje Seleccion de Cazador is commonly known as “Brown Label.” The cigars use traditional Cuban techniques for an authentic, old-world smoking experience.

  214. D'Crossier Golden Blend Aged 10 Years cigar

    214. Golden Blend Aged 10 Years

    Battle Rating: 1371 Wins: 5115 Losses: 5377

    The D’Crossier Golden Blend Aged 10 Years was introduced in 2014 as a replacement for the original Golden Blend Aged 7 Years. As the name implies, the tobaccos have been aged for 10 years. This as well as a more robust blend of tobaccos, makes for a stronger, more refined smoking experience comparable to a classic, Cuban profile.

  215. Crowned Heads The Angel's Anvil TAA 2016 cigar

    215. The Angel’s Anvil TAA 2016

    Battle Rating: 1370 Wins: 1329 Losses: 1371

    Crowned Heads introduces a maduro offering for their third cigar in the limited edition The Angel’s Anvil series. The 2016 TAA uses Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers, rolled at the prestigious La Alianza factory in the DR.

  216. Warped Don Reynaldo Regalos cigar

    216. Don Reynaldo Regalos

    Battle Rating: 1369 Wins: 5158 Losses: 5283

    Warped Cigar’s Don Reynaldo Regalos brings the fan-favorite, ultra-limited edition cigar back to the market. The cigar incorporates the same blend as 2014’s Coronas De Luxe size, this time using a larger 5×46 “Regalos” corona vitola.

  217. Kristoff Corojo Limitada cigar

    217. Kristoff Corojo Limitada

    Battle Rating: 1369 Wins: 2358 Losses: 2673

    Kristoff Corojo Limitada may very well be the most popular among boutique brand Kristoff Cigars. This Habano earned an elite #11 spot in 2012’s Top 25 Cigars list by Cigar Aficionado.

  218. Ashton Aged Maduro cigar

    218. Ashton Aged Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1369 Wins: 1782 Losses: 1542

    Ashton Aged Maduro is among the most well-known maduro cigars worldwide (also ranked as top choices by many of the industry’s biggest personalities). Produced at the famed Fuente factory, these dark Dominicans are sweet and balanced, with classic maduro characteristics.

  219. Partagas Heritage cigar

    219. Partagas Heritage

    Battle Rating: 1369 Wins: 186 Losses: 209

    Partagas Heritage recalls nostalgic imagery and blending profile from the brand’s vast “heritage”. The cigar uses a proprietary Honduran wrapper and similar fillers from the famed Partagas 150 and 160.

  220. AJ Fernandez Last Call cigar

    220. Last Call

    Battle Rating: 1366 Wins: 1532 Losses: 1622

    Last Call marks the first cigar under the new Portfolio Series by AJ Fernández, offering the cigars exclusively to brick & mortar retailers. The cigars are value-priced, like many AJ blends, featuring a short, yet fulfilling experience.

  221. Serino 20th Anniversary Royale XX Maduro cigar

    221. Serino Royale Maduro XX

    Battle Rating: 1366 Wins: 498 Losses: 630

    Serino Cigar Co. entered the premium cigar market in 2016, lead by their most premium bend – Serino Royale Maduro XX. The cigars are blended by Omar González-Alemán at the heralded La Corona Cigars factory in Nicaragua.

  222. Plasencia Alma Fuerte cigar

    222. Plasencia Alma Fuerte

    Battle Rating: 1365 Wins: 565 Losses: 554

    Alma Fuerte is the first in a series of releases from the new Plasencia 1865 brand, where the famed Plasencia family of Nicaraguan tobacco artisans can adequately showcase their 5 generations-worth of tobacco expertise.

  223. Cornelius & Anthony Meridian cigar

    223. Meridian

    Battle Rating: 1365 Wins: 280 Losses: 314

    Meridian is the fourth release in the newly rebranded Cornelius & Anthony brand. This nautically themed cigar uses a medium-bodied, Habano blend; made at the La Zona factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

  224. Cohiba Macassar cigar

    224. Cohiba Macassar

    Battle Rating: 1365 Wins: 231 Losses: 309

    Cohiba Macassar is the most luxurious blend in the brand’s esteemed core lineup. The tobaccos are proprietary and aged up to six years, being finished in Dominican rum barrels.

  225. Room101 San Andrés cigar

    225. Room101 San Andrés

    Battle Rating: 1364 Wins: 1773 Losses: 1926

    Room101 San Andrés takes a detour from the brand’s familiar, dark maduro wrappers—showcasing an uncommon natural, Mexican San Andrés wrapper over Honduran & Dominican fillers.

  226. Room101 Master Collection Three cigar

    226. Master Collection Three

    Battle Rating: 1363 Wins: 4559 Losses: 6161

    Master Collection Three by Room101 is the epic conclusion to the brand’s upscale, limited edition trilogy. The cigar uses an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over DOminican and Nicaraguan fillers, crafted at the Camacho factory in Honduras.

  227. Espinosa 601 Red Label cigar

    227. 601 Red Label

    Battle Rating: 1363 Wins: 1154 Losses: 1368

    The Espinosa Red Label Habano has been a staple in enthusiasts humidors for many years, beginning with EO Brands and now being made at the La Zona factory by Espinosa Premium Cigars. The easily-identifiable, colored bands help categorize the 601 line, with “Red” representing a natural, Nicaraguan Habano puro blend.

  228. Partagás Shorts cigar

    228. Partagás Shorts

    Battle Rating: 1362 Wins: 1559 Losses: 1593

    Short and spicy! Partagás Shorts provide only a 15 minute smoke, but it’s got enough flavor to make up for it! Comparable to Partagás Serie D in flavor profile.

  229. La Palina Red Label cigar

    229. La Palina Red Label

    Battle Rating: 1360 Wins: 5308 Losses: 5677

    La Palina Red Label showcases the superb construction of PDR Cigars’ factory in the Dominican Republic. This is a mild-medium-bodied, smooth and straight-forward smoking experience.

  230. Protocol cigar

    230. Protocol

    Battle Rating: 1359 Wins: 5300 Losses: 5643

    The Protocol cigar features a Ecuadorian Habano Oscuro wrapper and a quadruple ligero filler. This is the first release from Cubariqueño Cigar Company.

  231. Rocky Patel Twentieth Anniversary cigar

    231. Rocky Patel Twentieth Anniversary

    Battle Rating: 1359 Wins: 2530 Losses: 2578

    Rocky Patel’s latest “Anniversary Edition” cigar celebrates the brands 20th year, using a primarily Honduran blend, crafted in their usual Honduran locale. Rocky Patel Twentieth Anniversary is billed as a more premium offering than their usual affair.

  232. Gurkha Cellar Reserve Platinum Edition cigar

    232. Cellar Reserve Platinum Edition

    Battle Rating: 1359 Wins: 1275 Losses: 1647

    Gurkha adds to its collection of well-aged offerings, showcasing the Cellar Reserve Platinum Edition—a Nicaraguan blend with 12-year-aged tobaccos.

  233. Fable Cigars Fourth Prime

    233. Fourth Prime

    Battle Rating: 1357 Wins: 90 Losses: 106

    Fourth Prime is the first cigar from Fable Cigars; a line that was quick to gain a following when introduced in 2016, being made at the acclaimed Nica Sueño factory, where RoMa Craft is produced.

  234. Room101 OSOK One Shot One Kill

    234. OSOK

    Battle Rating: 1355 Wins: 5703 Losses: 5983

    The Room101 OSOK – One Shot One Kill is a classic release for cigar enthusiasts. This limited edition cigar was rolled in its entirety by one man, using tobaccos that cannot be reproduced—the cigar’s blend will never be made again.

  235. Balmoral Añejo XO cigar

    235. Balmoral Añejo XO

    Battle Rating: 1355 Wins: 1789 Losses: 1838

    Balmoral Añejo XO is the followup to Royal Agio’s original Balmoral Añejo 18, which used a special, 18-year-aged wrapper. While the wrapper has been replaced, Balmoral still utilizes long-aged tobaccos for a refined palate.

  236. La Palina Bill's Blend TAA 2016 cigar

    236. La Palina Bill’s Blend

    Battle Rating: 1355 Wins: 1373 Losses: 1626

    La Palina Bill’s Blend TAA 2016 is a limited edition cigar made exclusively for Tobacconist Association of America retailers, using Bill Paley’s personal blend and rolled at the famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.

  237. Espinosa 601 La Bomba Napalm cigar

    237. 601 La Bomba Napalm

    Battle Rating: 1355 Wins: 1382 Losses: 1784

    601 La Bomba Napalm is a 100% Nicaraguan powerhouse blend from Espinosa Premium Cigars. Beginning with a bomb fuse cap, this robusto packs a punch!

  238. Curivari Buenaventura cigar

    238. Buenaventura

    Battle Rating: 1354 Wins: 1770 Losses: 2338

    Curivari Buenaventura, introduced in 2012, is a Nicaraguan puro, crafted from 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos. This affordable cigar is well-known as one of the best value cigars on the market.

  239. Henry Clay Brevas

    239. Henry Clay

    Battle Rating: 1352 Wins: 1679 Losses: 2205

    Moved from Havana to Dominican Republic, Henry Clay is among the most well-known brands in the world. The Domincan cigar (Brevas) features a hefty Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper. The cigars are known to be an inspiration to “maduro legend” Pete Johnson of Tatuaje.

  240. La Barba Red cigar

    240. La Barba Red

    Battle Rating: 1352 Wins: 1205 Losses: 1430

    La Barba Red became an instant fan-favorite among boutique smokers when launched in 2013. The cigars have now been re-blended and re-worked for a larger scale, using primarily Dominican tobaccos and being distributed by Down and Back LLC (Caldwell Cigar Co.).

  241. Drew Estate MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured cigar

    241. Kentucky Fire Cured

    Battle Rating: 1351 Wins: 1817 Losses: 2139

    The MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured is a unique smoking experience, filled with a rich, BBQ-like smokiness from the cigar’s unorthodox curing process—an ancient technique of curing the tobaccos over smoldering embers of various woods.

  242. La Jugada Prieto cigar

    242. La Jugada Prieto

    Battle Rating: 1351 Wins: 1393 Losses: 1533

    La Jugada Prieto was the first offering from boutique brand MoyaRuiz in 2013. It is known for its dark, thick maduro wrapper—producing rich characteristics. While the cigars are occasionally criticized for burn issues, they are equally praised for a stellar performance with age.

  243. Flor de Gonzalez FDG 20 Aniversario Maduro cigar

    243. FDG 20 Aniversario Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1351 Wins: 1278 Losses: 1487

    FDG Cigars honors the 20th anniversary of their Nicaraguan factory with the limited edition 20 Aniversario cigars. Two wrapper styles are used to emulate the brand’s first cigars—the Gold Series. This Maduro showcases a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro.

  244. Fratello Bianco cigar

    244. Fratello Bianco

    Battle Rating: 1350 Wins: 3269 Losses: 3980

    Fratello Cigars debuts their sophomore release with the Fratello Bianco. Despite the name, the cigar is actually darker than the original release, using a San Andrés Mexican maduro wrapper over a diverse filler blend.

  245. The Rake cigar by Moya Ruiz

    245. The Rake

    Battle Rating: 1349 Wins: 5353 Losses: 5788

    The Rake by Moya Ruiz is a full flavor, full strength, cigar that comes in a box that functions as a rake box when you are playing a game of poker with friends.

  246. Hoyo de Monterrey Excalibur cigar

    246. Excalibur – Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1349 Wins: 1832 Losses: 2576

    Hoyo De Monterrey, made in Honduras, as opposed to the original Cuban variant, offers their premium “Excalibur” cigar. This Connecticut Shade-wrapped smoke is a staple in humidors across the country—a favorite among casual smokers and golfers alike.

  247. Cohiba "Red Dot" cigar

    247. Cohiba

    Battle Rating: 1349 Wins: 1288 Losses: 1779

    Cohiba cigars made outside of Cuba are commonly referred to as “Red Dot”, referring to the cigar’s design. This is the core Cohiba line from General Cigar, hailing from the Dominican Republic and highlighted by a premium Cameroon wrapper.

  248. La Barba Purple cigar

    248. La Barba Purple

    Battle Rating: 1349 Wins: 1086 Losses: 1351

    La Barba Purple is the second release from La Barba Cigars, introduced in 2014 with an aim on Dominican tobaccos. The brand moved from Honduras to the DR, working with the esteemed Ventura family to make use of a unique blend of tobaccos.

  249. Warped Futuro cigar

    249. Futuro

    Battle Rating: 1347 Wins: 5645 Losses: 5781

    Futuro is the brainchild of Kyle Gellis of Warped and Max Fernandez, son of Eduardo Fernandez of AGANORSA. The cigars use the famed AGANORSA farm’s most premium tobaccos from their top secret “tobacco vault”.

  250. Joya Red cigar by Joya de Nicaragua

    250. Joya Red

    Battle Rating: 1347 Wins: 5405 Losses: 6246

    With the combination of full, easy-to-love flavors and a ridiculously affordable price point, Joya Red is one of the best bang-for-your-buck stciks on the market

  251. BLK WKS Studio Boondocks Saint cigar

    251. Boondocks Saint

    Battle Rating: 1347 Wins: 1054 Losses: 1428

    Black Works Studio is the sister company of boutique brand Black Label Trading Co., focusing on the craft of Estelí-based Fabrica de Oveja Negra. Among the brand’s first offerings is Boondocks Saint, using a diverse blend of Nicaragua, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut tobaccos and a Pennsylvania Broadleaf wrapper.

  252. Sindicato Particulares cigar

    252. Particulares

    Battle Rating: 1346 Wins: 1196 Losses: 1436

    Sindicato and Casa Fernández team up to bring the historic, Cuban Particulares brand back to life. This 1800s brand has been re-blended using 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos from the Fernández family’s AGANORSA farms. The cigar’s design also closely resembles the original cigar.

  253. Cuaba Cuban cigar

    253. Cuaba

    Battle Rating: 1345 Wins: 1982 Losses: 2588

    Cuaba is a post-revolution Cuban cigar, introduced in 1996 in an effort to revive the classic figurado cigar vitola. Every cigar in the line is rolled in a figurado/salomon shape, being made at the famous Briones Montoto (Romeo y Julieta) factory.

  254. Sindicato cigar

    254. Sindicato

    Battle Rating: 1343 Wins: 4893 Losses: 6055

    Featuring a very limited and unique Shade Grown Corojo wrapper, the Sindicato features creamy flavors with notes of graham crackers and cinnamon – a full-flavored stick with a medium to full strength profile.

  255. Ortega Serie D Natural cigar

    255. Ortega Serie D Natural

    Battle Rating: 1343 Wins: 5460 Losses: 6089

    One of Eddie Ortega’s first releases of his newly formed Ortega Cigar Company back in 2012 the Serie D natural quickly became a popular cigar known for it’s warm cinnamon and roasted nut flavors.

  256. Warped El Oso Ursus cigar

    256. El Oso Ursus

    Battle Rating: 1343 Wins: 928 Losses: 1020

    El Oso “Ursus” by Warped is a limited edition version of the brand’s first cigar line. El Oso, often referred to as “The Bear”, incorporates 3 regular release sizes. Ursus uses the Latin translation for “bear”. The new size uses a corona gorda vitola and a covered foot.

  257. Partagas Aniversario 170 cigar

    257. Partagas 170

    Battle Rating: 1340 Wins: 1548 Losses: 2154

    Partagas Aniversario 170 follows in the footsteps of the famous Partagas 150 and 160 releases, honoring the legendary brand with a special, limited edition blend—topped with a Sun-Grown Cameroon wrapper.

  258. 1502 XO cigar

    258. 1502 XO

    Battle Rating: 1340 Wins: 1690 Losses: 1742

    1502 XO is the most premium cigar to date from Global Premium Cigars. Named for the designation of the most premium cognac spirits, the cigar boasts a special blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos and rare, 18-year-aged leaves.

  259. Camacho Ecuador cigar

    259. Camacho Ecuador

    Battle Rating: 1339 Wins: 6018 Losses: 5679

    Released in 2014, the Camacho Ecuador is a reasonably priced, full-flavored cigar that fits right into the “BOLD” theme of the rebranded Camacho Cigar line. The Camacho Ecuador fittingly features an Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and a Brazilian Mata Fina binder.

  260. Drew Estate Kentucky Fire Cured Swamp Thang cigar

    260. Kentucky Fire Cured Swamp Thang

    Battle Rating: 1338 Wins: 48 Losses: 72

    Kentucky Fire Cured Swamp Thang is an unusual blend from Drew Estate’s MUWAT sub-brand, showcasing a contrast of fire-cured tobaccos and a candela wrapper. This is intended to be a sweeter, more approachable variant of the original MUWAT Kentucky Fire Cured cigar.

  261. Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 Cameroon cigar

    261. Vintage 2003 Cameroon

    Battle Rating: 1336 Wins: 1678 Losses: 2094

    Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 Cameroon is a medium-bodied profile within Rocky’s popular Vintage lineup. With an African Cameroon wrapper, it offers a refined experience.

  262. Tatuaje Fausto cigar

    262. Fausto

    Battle Rating: 1335 Wins: 3080 Losses: 3857

    Tatuaje Fausto is a Nicaraguan cigar released in 2011, featuring a full-powered blend. The cigars are among the strongest regular-production blends from Tatuaje. As they say in This is Spinal Tap, “Crank it up to eleven.”

  263. Henry Clay Stalk Cut cigar

    263. Henry Clay Stalk Cut

    Battle Rating: 1335 Wins: 1598 Losses: 2239

    Henry Clay Stalk Cut by Grupo De Maestros is the latest project under the Henry Clay name. The cigar is semi-box-pressed and utilizes a stalk-cut, Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper—a process that allows the leafs to continue absorbing nutrients from the plant as it cures.

  264. CAO Consigliere cigar

    264. Consigliere

    Battle Rating: 1334 Wins: 1162 Losses: 1457

    CAO is back with another mobster-themed cigar. Technically, Consigliere is the same blend as the original, fan-favorite CAO Sopranos cigar—although, they’ll only go so far as to hint at it. All new sizes have been rolled, using the same blend and best of all, reduced prices.

  265. Cubao Maduro cigar by EO Brands

    265. Cubao Maduro (EO Brands)

    Battle Rating: 1333 Wins: 4598 Losses: 6043

    Cubao Maduro became a fan-favorite for its cheap prices and full, sweet, maduro flavors. The cigars are now discontinued and somewhat collectable/sought-after.

  266. Tatuaje Anarchy Microblend cigar

    266. Anarchy

    Battle Rating: 1331 Wins: 5149 Losses: 5586

    Tatuaje Anarchy cigars were the 1st cigar in Smoke Inn’s Microblend Series. These dark, Ecuadorian Habano-wrapped Nicaraguans are now a collector’s item in the cigar scene.

  267. La Gran Llave cigar

    267. La Gran Llave

    Battle Rating: 1331 Wins: 1305 Losses: 1697

    Industry veterans Michael Argenti and AJ Fernandez team up for a new smoking experience, utilizing select, well-aged tobaccos exclusively. The cigars feature a luxurious look and feel, with a smoking experience you’d expect at twice the price.

  268. Crowned Heads Headley Grange Drumstick cigar

    268. Headley Grange Drumstick LE 2013

    Battle Rating: 1330 Wins: 1459 Losses: 1758

    Crowned Heads’ Headley Grange “Drumstick” was a limited edition version of the brand’s popular cigar made in an authentic, Cuban-style lancero vitola. The cigar debuted in 2013, following up the fan-favorite Four Kicks “Mule Kick” of 2012.

  269. Quesada Keg cigar

    269. Quesada Keg

    Battle Rating: 1328 Wins: 1979 Losses: 2398

    The Quesada Keg is a limited edition/seasonal cigar release that has been custom-blended to pair with Irish Stout beers for St. Patrick’s Day. The cigars are bundled in jars modeled after beer kegs and branded to match the notorious Guinness stout.

  270. Romeo Añejo cigar

    270. ROMEO Añejo

    Battle Rating: 1327 Wins: 4173 Losses: 6635

    ROMEO Añejo is the dark companion to 2012’s ROMEO cigar, the best-selling Romeo cigar to date. It showcases a Connecticut Broadleaf Vintage 2010 maduro wrapper over fillers of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Honduran vintage tobaccos.

  271. Romeo y Julieta 1875 cigar

    271. Romeo y Julieta 1875

    Battle Rating: 1326 Wins: 3001 Losses: 3943

    The baseline cigar from Romeo y Julieta – the “original” Romeo cigar. Of course this is referring to the non-Cuban cigar out of the Dominican Republic. Romeo y Julieta is another cross-over brand, having a Cuban and non-Cuban variant due to the embargo.

  272. EP Carrillo Short Run 2016 cigar

    272. Short Run 2016

    Battle Rating: 1326 Wins: 1482 Losses: 1782

    For the first time since its launch in 2010, the EP Carrillo Short Run features a completely unique blend. Short Run 2016 has been rolled in a singular Toro size, limited to 2,500 boxes of 10 cigars—Short Run 2016 marks a new look for EPC as well.

  273. CAO La Traviata cigar

    273. La Traviata

    Battle Rating: 1325 Wins: 1637 Losses: 2512

    CAO La Traviata is among the more “classic” blends offered by the forward-thinking, flashy CAO brand. The cigar is known for its affordability and has won multiple awards throughout the years.

  274. Matilde Serena cigar

    274. Matilde Serena

    Battle Rating: 1325 Wins: 542 Losses: 613

    Matilde Serena is the fourth offering from Matilde Cigars, showcasing a more limited production for the brand’s most mild blend to date.

  275. Rocky Patel Sun Grown cigar

    275. Rocky Patel Sun Grown

    Battle Rating: 1324 Wins: 1330 Losses: 1726

    Rocky Patel’s Sun Grown line is among their most popular, featuring a well-aged blend that utilizes up to 7-year-aged tobaccos in the filler and wrapper. It is a medium-plus bodied blend with distinct pepper spices throughout.

  276. Room101 The Big Payback cigar

    276. The Big Payback

    Battle Rating: 1323 Wins: 4823 Losses: 6337

    The Big Payback is a Nicaraguan puro made as a thank you from Room101 to its supporters that helped elevate the brand to its current position in the industry. Made with a puro blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos, the cigars in the line all feature large sizes and affordable prizes.

  277. HOYO by Hoyo de Monterrey

    277. HOYO

    Battle Rating: 1323 Wins: 1237 Losses: 1908

    Hoyo de Monterrey has updated their look for the modern era. The new HOYO features a spicy (very spicy) Nicaraguan blend and a clean, modernized design.

  278. Camacho Connecticut cigar

    278. Camacho Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1322 Wins: 1548 Losses: 1880

    Camacho Connecticut is 1 of only 2 cigars to retain its original blend when the brand completely overhauled their look and feel in 2013. The cigar is blended to offer a more intense smoking experience than your average Connecticut—the fuller side of the mild spectrum.

  279. Room101 Chief Cool Arrow cigar

    279. Chief Cool Arrow

    Battle Rating: 1322 Wins: 1242 Losses: 1621

    Chief Cool Arrow is the second release in Room101’s Artist Collection Series. This limited-run project showcases a diverse blend, highlighted by a punchy, Mexican Ligero wrapper. All three sizes feature intricate, figurado vitolas.

  280. Regius of London Black Label cigar

    280. Regius Black Label

    Battle Rating: 1321 Wins: 2777 Losses: 3995

    Regius of London, often referred to as “Black Label”, is the brand’s baseline offering, a Nicaraguan puro, crafted at the Plasencia factory in Nicaragua.

  281. Leccia Tobacco Black cigar

    281. Leccia Black

    Battle Rating: 1318 Wins: 2949 Losses: 3228

    Leccia Tobacco introduced the Leccia Black in 2013 to rave reviews from cigar enthusiasts, as it successfully incorporated fire-cured tobaccos in the blend. Leccia was among the first to re-introduce such a technique to the world of premium cigars, which quickly became a popular trend.

  282. Quesada Fonseca Nicaragua cigar

    282. Fonseca Nicaragua

    Battle Rating: 1318 Wins: 1187 Losses: 1491

    Fonseca is considered the brand that put Quesada on the map. This affordable brand is now offered in a Nicaraguan puro blend, retaining big flavors and low prices – made to showcase the spicier qualities of Nicaraguan tobaccos.

  283. Rocky Patel Freedom cigar

    283. Rocky Patel Freedom

    Battle Rating: 1315 Wins: 4807 Losses: 6747

    Rocky Patel Freedom is a Nicaraguan puro designed to do 2 things: taste good, and battle for the rights of American cigar smokers against the imposed FDA regulations.

  284. Rocky Patel Prohibition Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro cigar

    284. Prohibition – Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1314 Wins: 4793 Losses: 6083

    Prohibition – Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro cigars showcase Nicaraguan tobaccos, wrapped in a dark, Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper in a singular, toro vitola.

  285. Southern Draw Firethorn cigar

    285. Southern Draw Firethorn

    Battle Rating: 1314 Wins: 2371 Losses: 3723

    Southern Draw Firethorn is the 2nd cigar released by boutique brand Southern Draw out of Texas. The cigars focus on Southern values and having a smooth draw—every time. This is the brand’s Habano offering, being produced at Tabacalera Fernandez in Nicaragua.

  286. Quesada Fonseca cigar

    286. Fonseca

    Battle Rating: 1314 Wins: 1288 Losses: 1829

    Originally a Cuban brand, Fonseca has also been produced by the Quesada family in the Dominican Republic since 1963. Manuel Quesada, Master Blender at Quesada, is well known for his ability to master classic Cuban techniques, capturing profiles that meet and often beat traditional Cuban offerings.

  287. Perdomo Habano cigar

    287. Perdomo Habano Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1313 Wins: 4871 Losses: 6551

    Perdomo pays homage to their native Cuban heritage with the Perdomo Habano. The blend showcases 3 variants, with Connecticut, Corojo, and maduro wrappers. Here, with the Connecticut, the wrapper adds a smooth, creamy flavor to the rich, Nicaraguan fillers.

  288. Cohiba Nicaragua cigar

    288. Cohiba Nicaragua

    Battle Rating: 1309 Wins: 4806 Losses: 6393

    Setting aside the mild Dominican tobaccos and going bold, bold, bold, with the full flavors that Nicaraguan tobacco has to offer. Cohiba hit the nail on the head with this blend by finishing off the Nicaraguan filler and binder with a gorgeous Honduran Colorado Oscuro wrapper.

  289. Illusione ~eccj~ 20th cigar

    289. ~eccj~ 20th

    Battle Rating: 1308 Wins: 1426 Losses: 1577

    Illusione returns to the popular blend from the original ~eccj~ 15th, which became the basis for their Epernay line. The cigar’s size and blend have been tweaked for this limited edition release, making for a more refined experience.

  290. El Artista “Big Papi” by David Ortiz cigar

    290. Big Papi

    Battle Rating: 1307 Wins: 1049 Losses: 1346

    Former MLB star David Ortiz teams with fellow Dominican manufacturer El Artista to introduce the “Big Papi” cigar, blended by Ortiz with El Artista’s guidance.

  291. Punch Signature cigar

    291. Punch Signature

    Battle Rating: 1306 Wins: 4573 Losses: 6575

    Punch showcases a throwback cigar with Punch Signature. Old school themes, marketing, and even similar Corojo seed tobaccos have been used for this retro-inspired blend.

  292. MoyaRuiz The Chinese Finger Trap cigar

    292. The Chinese Finger Trap

    Battle Rating: 1306 Wins: 2637 Losses: 4154

    The Chinese Finger Trap is a unique, limited edition cigar that features a completely undisclosed blend (an Ancient Chinese secret…) and packaging to resemble a Chinese finger trap puzzle. Only 1,000 boxes were released in 2015, made (in part) to commemorate the Cigar Dojo community.

  293. Island Jim # TWO cigar

    293. Island Jim No. 2

    Battle Rating: 1306 Wins: 1386 Losses: 1570

    Island Jim No. 2 is shaped after a # TWO pencil, of all things; complete with light and dark wrappers at the cap (pencil tip) and shaggy foot (eraser) at the cigar’s foot. These colorful smokes are made by Oscar Valladares out of Honduras and Jim Robinson, makers of the popular Leaf by Oscar cigars.

  294. E.P. Carrillo INCH Colorado cigar

    294. INCH Colorado

    Battle Rating: 1305 Wins: 1226 Losses: 1562

    E.P. Carrillo returns to one of their most popular lines with the INCH Colorado. Focusing on large ring gauges, INCH Colorado uses a new Ecuadoran Colorado wrapper over a Nicaraguan binder and Nicaraguan & Dominican fillers, making for a full-bodied smoke.

  295. Leccia Luchador El Gringo cigar

    295. Luchador El Gringo

    Battle Rating: 1304 Wins: 4390 Losses: 6523

    Luchador El Gringo is the much-anticipated sequel to the original Leccia Luchador cigar, trading out the Mexican San Andrés wrapper for an emphasis on Nicaraguan leafs. The cigar is known for its striking “Frog Splash” size, having a rectangular-pressed 4.5″x70 vitola.

  296. CAO Colombia cigar

    296. CAO Colombia

    Battle Rating: 1303 Wins: 4655 Losses: 6808

    CAO Colombia features a unique multi-national blend of tobaccos, ranging from Honduras, Colombia, Cameroon, and Brazil—to top it off, it’s made in Nicaragua. The CAO world tobacco tour continues with this ridiculously affordable smoke.

  297. Rocky Patel Tabaquero Hamlet Paredes cigar

    297. Tabaquero Hamlet Paredes

    Battle Rating: 1302 Wins: 5192 Losses: 5931

    Tabaquero Hamlet Paredes is the first cigar blended by Rocky Patel’s new all-star Cuban roller Hamlet Paredes, working at the Rocky’s Burn lounge in Naples, Florida. Hamlet is a popular Cuban roller of Partagas and Romeo y Julieta fame.

  298. Alec Bradley Sanctum cigar

    298. Sanctum

    Battle Rating: 1302 Wins: 2494 Losses: 3649

    The Sanctum is Alec Bradley’s new release for 2015, featuring a diverse, multinational blend and an affordable price range.

  299. Oliva Connecticut Reserve cigar

    299. Oliva Connecticut Reserve

    Battle Rating: 1299 Wins: 2127 Losses: 3076

    Oliva Connecticut Reserve is one of the most known Connecticut shade cigars. This Nicaraguan features a golden-hued Ecuadorian wrapper and a very attractive price point.

  300. Viaje Honey & Hand Grenades cigar

    300. Honey & Hand Grenades

    Battle Rating: 1298 Wins: 542 Losses: 757

    Viaje Honey & Hand Grenades is one of the most recognizable cigars in the world of craft/boutiques, using figurado shapes and bright, foil-wrapped packaging. The cigars use a Nicaraguan puro blend and have been made for 2012, 2013, and 2016 small-batch releases.

  301. Rocky Patel Prohibition Mexican San Andreas Maduro cigar

    301. Prohibition – San Andreas Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1297 Wins: 4873 Losses: 6174

    Rocky Patel Prohibition – San Andreas Maduro cigars showcase Nicaraguan tobaccos draped in a dark, Mexican maduro wrapper leaf, utilizing a retro-inspired, prohibition-era look and feel.

  302. Macanudo Estate Reserve 2015 cigar

    302. Macanudo Estate Reserve 2015

    Battle Rating: 1295 Wins: 1653 Losses: 2543

    Macanudo’s Estate Reserve 2015 cigar was a bit of a surprise for 2015, showcasing an ultra-premium blend, making for quite a favorable smoking experience from this old Jamaican brand—which has become among the most recognizable in the world.

  303. E.P. Carrillo Dusk cigar

    303. Dusk

    Battle Rating: 1295 Wins: 1224 Losses: 1465

    E.P. Carrillo introduced the Dusk line at IPCPR 2016. This Broadleaf Maduro blend falls in line with the brand’s The Classics series – described as traditional in make and style.

  304. Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. cigar

    304. Regius Exclusivo U.S.A.

    Battle Rating: 1294 Wins: 267 Losses: 319

    The first cigar in the Regius Exclusivo U.S.A. series is commonly referred to as the “red label.” The cigars use a Nicaraguan puro blend, offered in four sizes. Regius CEO Akhil Kapacee crafted the series for the American palate, using more spice and body than other Regius cigars.

  305. Por Larrañaga Picadores cigar

    305. Por Larrañaga Picadores

    Battle Rating: 1294 Wins: 164 Losses: 215

    Por Larrañaga Picadores was discontinued in the ’70s and subsequently reimagined in 2014, using a slightly thicker ring gauge, offered as a Corona Extra vitola. The blend is on the mild side, showcasing a velvety smooth smoke with delicate complexities.

  306. Nestor Miranda Habano cigar

    306. Nestor Miranda Habano

    Battle Rating: 1293 Wins: 4452 Losses: 6606

    The Nestor Miranda Habano is a balanced cigar produced at the My Father Cigars factory in Nicaragua featuring a full flavor profile at an affordable price.

  307. Vegueros Cuban cigar

    307. Vegueros

    Battle Rating: 1293 Wins: 3791 Losses: 6712

    Vegueros is a modern-style Cuban cigar made in Cuba’s famed Pinar del Río region. The blend was discontinued in 2012 but now returns, using a more mild profile. This is a great budget smoke for the Cuban enthusiast.

  308. Foundry Tobacco Company Time Flies cigar

    308. Time Flies

    Battle Rating: 1293 Wins: 196 Losses: 341

    FTC’s Time Flies is one of multiple collaborations between General Cigar and AJ Fernandez; using AJ’s Estelí factory and filler tobaccos of Fernandez’s own Nicaraguan farms.

  309. L'Atelier Identité cigar

    309. Identité

    Battle Rating: 1293 Wins: 145 Losses: 226

    L’Atelier Imports Identité represents the brand’s identity, using their signature Sancti Spíritus tobacco (a hybrid of Criollo and Pelo de Oro varietals) in all three portions of the cigar’s blend.

  310. Gurkha Ghost cigar

    310. Gurkha Ghost

    Battle Rating: 1292 Wins: 4162 Losses: 7383

    Thought by many to be one of the better Gurkhas on the the market the Ghost is adorned with an oily Brazilian Arapiraca maduro wrapper. The Gurkha Ghost is a medium strength, full flavored, cigar produced at the PDR Factory in the DR.

  311. Epic Maduro Reserva cigar

    311. Epic Maduro Reserva

    Battle Rating: 1290 Wins: 5322 Losses: 5999

    Epic Maduro is made in the Dominican Republic and features superb craftsmanship, along with a rich, full, and aromatic smoking experience unlike many maduro cigars today.

  312. La Jugada Nunchuck cigar

    312. La Jugada Nunchuck

    Battle Rating: 1288 Wins: 1185 Losses: 1800

    MoyaRuiz introduced their 1st-ever limited edition cigar in the innovative form of a nunchuck! Two cigars are joined at the head, creating the La Jugada Nunchuck. These Nicaraguan puros smoke as strong as a weapon-themed cigar should…

  313. Toraño Exodus cigar

    313. Toraño Exodus

    Battle Rating: 1288 Wins: 1027 Losses: 1325

    Toraño Exodus is among the design and blending changes introduced to the classic Toraño brand after being acquired by General Cigar Co. in 2014. A colorful and bold, new design highlights a re-blending of Exodus – showcasing a 4-country blend and proprietary wrapper.

  314. Ventura Cigar Co. Archetype Initiation cigar

    314. Archetype Initiation

    Battle Rating: 1288 Wins: 210 Losses: 359

    Archetype Initiation is one of five new blends coming from Ventura Cigar Company in 2016. Initiation cigars showcase a milder, nuanced blend and caught attention for being rolled at Drew Estate’s famed factory in Estelí, Nicaragua.

  315. NUb Maduro cigar

    315. NUb Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1287 Wins: 1958 Losses: 2589

    NUb cigars were the creation of StudioTobac, which is now operated by Oliva. The concept is to offer only the cigar’s “sweet spot”, with short & stout sizes. Their Maduro blend utilizes a Brazilian wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers, making for a rich, dessert-like profile.

  316. Yargüera H. Upmann cigar

    316. Yargüera H. Upmann

    Battle Rating: 1287 Wins: 1313 Losses: 1974

    Yargüera H. Upmann showcases a new hybrid tobacco variety, proprietary to Altadis USA. Yargüera combines a special Cuban-seed tobacco, cultivated in Honduras since the 60’s, with Criollo ’98 seed. The cigars offer a balanced, sweet and aromatic profile.

  317. Nat Sherman Epoca cigar

    317. Epoca

    Battle Rating: 1285 Wins: 3408 Losses: 4564

    Nat Sherman Epoca opts to recreate the glory days that made Nat Sherman famous, using Dominican tobaccos to recreate the brand’s first cigar from 1929.

  318. Alec Bradley Black Market cigar

    318. Black Market

    Battle Rating: 1282 Wins: 2286 Losses: 2879

    Alec Bradley Black Market is among the most popular cigars from one of today’s biggest brands. The cigar makes good use of a diverse, multinational blend and attractive price.

  319. La Sirena Merlion cigar

    319. Merlion

    Battle Rating: 1281 Wins: 4168 Losses: 6726

    La Sirena introduces its 2nd cigar blend, Merlion. Half mermaid, half lion, this Corojo-wrapped cigar showcases a smooth, medium-bodied smoking experience. This is a milder offering compared to the brand’s original La Sirena cigar.

  320. Nomad Esteli Lot 8613 cigar

    320. Nomad Esteli Lot 8613

    Battle Rating: 1280 Wins: 4689 Losses: 6128

    Smooth, consistent, and full flavored, the Nomad Cigars Company Esteli Lot 8613 is produced at the famed Tobacalera AJ Fernandez factory in Nicaragua.

  321. Flor de Rafael Gonzalez Marquez cigar

    321. Flor de Rafael González Márquez

    Battle Rating: 1278 Wins: 3980 Losses: 6661

    Flor de Rafael González Márquez, despite being quite the mouthful, is a highly-regarded smoke among enthusiasts, having a tremendous bang-for-your-buck value. The cigars are mild-bodied and often found in smaller vitolas.

  322. Onyx Reserve cigar

    322. Onyx Reserve

    Battle Rating: 1275 Wins: 4093 Losses: 7199

    The Onyx Reserve is a popular introductory cigar to the hobby. This near-pitch-black-wrapped cigar uses a multi-national blend and is crafted in Dominican Republic by Altadis USA.

  323. Gran Habano Corojo #5 cigar

    323. Gran Habano Corojo #5

    Battle Rating: 1273 Wins: 1585 Losses: 2502

    Gran Habano Corojo #5 is the strongest blend in the Gran Habano profile. These Honduran blends feature affordable prices and a classic, Cubanesque look.

  324. CLE Connecticut cigar

    324. CLE Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1272 Wins: 1530 Losses: 2467

    Christian Eiroa presents a Connecticut Shade blend for the ever-growing CLE Cigar Company, based in Danlí, Honduras. The cigar offers smooth & creamy complexities with a backbone of Honduran spice.

  325. Room101 Ichiban cigar

    325. Ichiban

    Battle Rating: 1271 Wins: 1619 Losses: 2699

    Room 101’s Ichiban project is a special cigar blend that has been rolled in a unique size for 8 different cigar shops across the country. The cigar showcases a look very similar to the brand’s famous OSOK release, but features an all-new blend for this release.

  326. Arandoza Red Label cigar

    326. Arandoza Red Label

    Battle Rating: 1270 Wins: 4051 Losses: 6598

    The Arandoza Red Label is the only maduro cigar in Arandoza’s Red, White, and Blue series. It features a Mexican San Andrés wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers.

  327. Pinar Del Rio Habano Sun Grown cigar

    327. Pinar del Río Habano Sun Grown

    Battle Rating: 1264 Wins: 4340 Losses: 6516

    Pinar del Río Habano Sun Grown cigars are now all but extinct, though you’ll still find these fun little smokes for sale at ridiculously tempting prices on cigar deal sites and apps.

  328. Gurkha Legend cigar

    328. Gurkha Legend

    Battle Rating: 1264 Wins: 1237 Losses: 2042

    With countless brands and blends, it can be quite the chore sifting through the Gurkha lineup. A Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper is rumored to be aged 8 years. On the interior, Legend utilizes a Cameroon binder and Dominican fillers.

  329. Crowned Heads Las Mareas cigar

    329. Las Mareas

    Battle Rating: 1264 Wins: 1245 Losses: 1582

    Crowned Heads aims to recreate the mystique of a classic, Cuban Habano with Las Mareas. The line begins with a rustic, Hawaiian look (with the name translating to “Tides”), featuring 100% Nicaraguan puro tobaccos from the legendary Garcia family.

  330. Maya Selva Flor de Selva Connecticut cigar

    330. Flor de Selva Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1263 Wins: 4253 Losses: 6674

    Flor de Selva is a luxurious cigar that has become a leader in the European market. These Honduran puros are now poised to captivate the Americas, showcasing custom-built blends in each and every vitola.

  331. 331. CroMagnon Fomorian

    Battle Rating: 1260 Wins: 4005 Losses: 7212

    The CroMagnon Fomorian is an altered version of RoMa Craft’s Connecticut Broadleaf-wrapped CroMagnon cigar. This limited edition cigar features a Candela wrapper and has been released in 2013 (10 boxes of 24) and 2014 (100 boxes of 24).

  332. Ave Maria Argentum cigar

    332. Ave Maria Argentum

    Battle Rating: 1258 Wins: 1240 Losses: 1299

    Cigars International collaborates with AJ Fernandez once again to showcase the dark side of Ave Maria with “Ave Maria Argentum” – a perfecto that makes use of a dark, Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers.

  333. Room101 The Big Payback Connecticut cigar

    333. The Big Payback Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1257 Wins: 1331 Losses: 2210

    Luxury lifestyle brand Room101 introduces the sequel to their popular “The Big Payback” cigar, using a lighter Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper for a more delicate smoking experience.

  334. Sindicato Hex cigar

    334. Hex

    Battle Rating: 1251 Wins: 3976 Losses: 6860

    Sindicato Hex features a premium blend at a surprisingly affordable price. These maduros utilize a Dark Ecuadorian Habano wrapper in a beautiful perfecto size, including an attractive pigtail cap.

  335. Foundry Chillin' Moose Too cigar

    335. Chillin’ Moose Too

    Battle Rating: 1248 Wins: 1059 Losses: 1732

    Chillin’ Moose Too is the maduro variant of the popular, affordably priced Chillin’ Moose original cigar. Now with a Connecticut Broadleaf maduro wrapper over Nicaraguan fillers.

  336. Gurkha The Beast cigar

    336. The Beast

    Battle Rating: 1246 Wins: 1385 Losses: 2420

    The Beast is a small batch offering from Gurkha, a brand known for lavish packaging and extreme cigar projects. 1,000 Boxes are produced per year.

  337. E.P. Carrillo New Wave Connecticut cigar

    337. New Wave Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1245 Wins: 1238 Losses: 1757

    New Wave Connecticut by Master Blender Ernesto Perez-Carrillo offers a smooth and balanced experience, highlighted by a touch of Nicaraguan spice.

  338. Schizo Maduro cigar

    338. Schizo Maduro

    Battle Rating: 1244 Wins: 1165 Losses: 2650

    Due to the use of short-filler tobaccos mixed in with the traditional long-fillers, Asylum’s Schizo cigars are able to maintain some of the most affordable prizes on the market. The Schizo Maduro is the much-requested maduro counterpart to the original Schizo cigar (2012).

  339. Isla del Sol cigar

    339. Isla del Sol

    Battle Rating: 1242 Wins: 1133 Losses: 2492

    Isla del Sol goes back to the early days of Drew Estate cigar infusion experimentation. With a sweetened cap and rich notes of Mandheling bean coffee, this Nicaraguan is smooth and sweet, yet remains natural and balanced. And let’s not forget affordable.

  340. ACID Kuba Kuba cigar

    340. ACID Kuba Kuba

    Battle Rating: 1240 Wins: 1795 Losses: 4151

    Potentially Drew Estate’s most popular cigar in the ACID lineup. These “fat robustos” come at a more premium price point, offering a medium bodied experience.

  341. Foundry Chillin' Moose cigar

    341. Chillin’ Moose

    Battle Rating: 1233 Wins: 1123 Losses: 1834

    Chillin’ Moose is the highly-popular, affordable offering from Foundry. Using a diverse blend, the cigars offer flavor at some of the cheapest prices industry-wide.

  342. Gurkha Heritage cigar

    342. Gurkha Heritage

    Battle Rating: 1229 Wins: 3416 Losses: 7718

    The Gurkha Heritage features a medium-bodied blend crafted in Nicaragua, with a Rosado Ecuadorian Habano wrapper and a diverse filler blend.

  343. Nomad Martial Law cigar

    343. Martial Law

    Battle Rating: 1229 Wins: 454 Losses: 716

    Nomad Martial Law uses a new factory to introduce an “amped-up” version of the popular Estelí Lot 8613 cigar. A Nicaraguan bend, complete with double ligero fillers, showcases a very “full” smoking experience.

  344. Room101 Big Delicious cigar

    344. Big Delicious

    Battle Rating: 1218 Wins: 3977 Losses: 6468

    Room101 Big Delicious is a limited edition cigar made exclusively for Smoke Inn’s Microblend Series. These Honduran smokes make good use of an Ecuadoran Habano 2000 wrapper, which is extended for a long and fittingly “shaggy” foot.

  345. Espinosa La Zona Connecticut cigar

    345. La Zona Connecticut

    Battle Rating: 1209 Wins: 4334 Losses: 6897

    La Zona Connecticut cigars by Espinosa Cigars are the standard in bang-for-your-buck smokes. With 80-count coffin boxes available, these mild-yet-flavorful smokes are a no-brainer for a daily-smoke cigar.

  346. Asylum 13 Ogre cigar

    346. Asylum 13 Ogre

    Battle Rating: 1187 Wins: 4006 Losses: 7427

    Asylum 13 Ogre is a barber pole-style cigar, featuring Nicaraguan habano and candela wrapper leafs. The cigar is best known for its ultra-large sizes.

  347. MoyaRuiz Pickle Juice cigar

    347. Pickle Juice

    Battle Rating: 1157 Wins: 1102 Losses: 2549

    MoyaRuiz is never the type to shy away from creative packaging and the Pickle Juice is no exception. Thirteen Candela-wrapped cigars are packaged in plastic jars made to resemble jars of pickles. This is a limited edition cigar made for the 2016 St. Patrick’s Day season.

  348. Ortega Wild Bunch Warrior Joe cigar

    348. Wild Bunch: Warrior Joe

    Battle Rating: 1117 Wins: 974 Losses: 2139

    Warrior Joe is the 10th installment in Ortega’s unorthodox “Wild Bunch” series – in which a new cigar blend was released every month throughout the 2013 year. This is a medium+ body profile, using a dark, Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper.

  349. Acid Cold Infusion cigar

    349. Acid Cold Infusion

    Battle Rating: 1115 Wins: 2803 Losses: 8474

    A flavored cigar that will leave your taste buds spinning. The Acid Cold Infusion from the Drew Estate Factory in Nicaragua is an affordable and fun stick to break up the monotony.

  350. Sindicato Maniac cigar

    350. Maniac

    Battle Rating: 1097 Wins: 939 Losses: 1927

    Sindicato’s fifth cigar line goes BIG, featuring two affordably priced Nicaraguan cigars, each carrying massive, 7″ x 70 sizes!