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2015 Cigar.com Top 20 Awards Pt. 2

#11 - Brick House Maduro
​This smooth and savory Brick House Maduro is produced by the J.C. Newman cigar family, and has brought new meaning to “you get what you pay for.” At any price, Brick house offer one of the top maduros out there.

#12 - Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf
​The number of cigar makers with large leaf growing operations are few and far between. Casa Fernandez Aganorsa Leaf controls their blend from seed to smoke for a toasty blend with notes of praline.

#13 - Cohiba Nicaragua
​This is not your father’s Cohiba. Cohiba Nicaragua is a big, bold blend draped in a rare Honduran Jamastran Colorado Oscuro wrapper. It’s a complex blend that lives up to the Cohiba name.


#14 - 5 Vegas Classic
​My co-worker Dave said it best, “All I’m going to buy is Classic.” In context, what he meant was 5 Vegas Classic never disappoints and it’s $3 to $4. Comparing that to inconsistent $10 blends, his words ring true.

#15 - Perdomo Champagne Sun Grown
​There aren’t many cigars that do pepper well, but this happens to be one of them. This blend of Perdomo Champagne Sungrown is zesty and clean, offering a profile that is totally unique to the industry.

#16 - Rocky Patel Royale
​Rich and decadent are the first two words that come to mind when describing Rocky Patel Royale. It’s rich and smooth with a razor sharp burn. It is the Decade crafted for the tastes of 2015.

#17 - El Baton

​​​​​​​​​​This pick is a total sleeper. El Baton is a Nicaragua puro with notes of nuts, coffee, spice, and dark fruit. With its simple and classic look, this is a product that lets the blend do the talking.


#18 - Heritage by Dunhill
​​​​​​​​​​The Dunhill name is synonymous with quality. Their latest blend, Dunhill Heritage, is a heady cigar thanks to the ligero wrapper and filler from the island of Ometepe. Not for the faint of heart.


#19 - HC Series Habano Colorado
​​​​​​​The Nicaraguan Jalapa wrapper and 3-country fillers create a blend of tobacco that balance each other exceptionally. Expect notes of black pepper, chocolate, and espresso in this HC Series Habano Colorado cigar.


#20 - Toraño Vault

​​​​​​​The secret to this blend is the Pennsylvania broadleaf in the filler recipe. Toraño Vault D-042 has a spicy-sweet flavor profile that lingers on the palate and left us craving for more.

Check out the Top 10 of the 2015 Cigar.com Top 20 Awards in our Part One section!