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Spotlight Brand: CIGAR.com Blue Label

Blue Label From Cigar.com

CIGAR.com Blue Label is an exceptional value.

Rolled at Tabacalera Fernandez in Nicaragua, CIGAR.com Blue Label boasts an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper with a medium-bodied Dominican and Central American fillers. Blue label is the flagship premium that started our House Blend concept. Popular with new enthusiasts and veterans alike, we demand a high standard of quality and consistency in each size and through every box. The blend undergoes careful inspection by the hands of the uncompromising supervisors at Tabacalera Fernandez. 

Cigars blended under this tedious process of quality control are rarely found at this price. Available in four classic sizes and in boxes of 20, fans of Rocky Patel the Edge Connecticut, Montecristo White Label or Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real will be especially pleased with this low-priced alternative.

Q & A: Are Expensive Cigars Better Cigars?

Q.
Why are some cigars so much more expensive than others? Are they better?

4/30/07 | by AC of White Plains, NY

A.
The price of a cigar mostly depends on the type of tobacco, the factory it is made in, and most importantly, its annual production. Similar to vintage wines, some cigar brands only release several thousand cigars a year. This limited distribution often creates an air of excitement around a cigar and can drive up the price. Some of the best known super premium small batch cigars are the Arturo Fuente God of Fire, Perdomo Edicion de Silvio  and of course, Gurkha His Majesty's Reserve which retails for $15,000.00 per box.

by Bryan

Review: Romeo y Julieta Viejo

Sean G Romeo y Julieta Viejo

'B' (Torpedo) (6.1"x52) Beautiful box pressed torpedo with a dark and oily wrapper. This cigar boasts some bready caramel notes with a sweet finish. Excellent burn and draw.

'R' (5.0"x54) This fat robusto is well filled and heavy in the hand. Strong notes of wood and bread on the palate with a moderate finish.

'C' (7.0"x54) This cigar is a monster. Nice oily wrapper with firm construction. Wood tones accompanied by a caramel sweetness. Lots of flavor and medium to full bodied.

'E' (6.0"x54) This medium to full bodied maduro is very rich with sweet notes of wood and bread on the palate. Burned a bit hot toward the end.