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4 Star Cigars of 2017, Robb Report Hails Newcomers

4 Best cigars of 2017


Robb Report has produced a piece on four of the hottest cigars of 2017. The big surprise? Two of them are cigars from the Dominican Republic.


The American luxury bible shone a light on new cigars from Davidoff, Partagas, Montecristo and Villiger. These are some of the finest cigars that have gone on sale this year, but are they really a rival for the likes of Gurkha Special Reserve cigars or even the finest Cubans?


Find out more from Robb Report’s cigar aficionado here and you can buy all of these cigars from our partner, Thompson Cigar.


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Winston Churchill The Late Hour by Davidoff

1. Winston Churchill The Late Hour by Davidoff.


Davidoff has breathed new life into the Winston Churchill brand to celebrate the great British leader. It’s a full-bodied cigar and the filler tobacco spent six months in a whiskey cask to give the tobacco its unique flavor.


2. La Flor de Yncan by Villiger


The name is Cuban, but this is a pure Dominican Republic cigar and it’s the second launch after the first went horribly wrong. In 2005, the original production was halted and the tobacco was stored. Now, with another 10 years behind it, La Flor de Yncan has matured into a serious cigar that is known for its hints of coffee and leather.


You can buy a torpedo, a robusto or a Churchill.



Partagas Heirtage

3.  Partagas Heritage


It’s another cigar from the Dominican Republic, which has emerged as the cigar capital of the world in recent years. Cuban cigars simply don’t have the allure that they used to and the conditions in the neighboring DR are just as good.


You also don’t have to export Dominican Republic cigars from a Communist regime, so it’s much easier to get hold of them.


This cigar comes with a Rosado wrapper from the Olancho San Agustin Valley in Honduras, which is another epicenter of the cigar world these days. The filler is an intoicating blend of Dominican Piloto Cubano, Mexican San Andres and Honduran Jamastran.


You can order a Rothschild, a Robusto, a Churchill or a Gigante for up to $10, but they start from just $5.22 a stick at Thompson Cigars.



Monte by Montecristo A.J Fernandez

4. Monte by Montecristo AJ Fernandez


This is a full-bodied Nicaraguan cigar with a dark Habano wrapper from Ecuador and a Corojo ’98 binder. They contain the Criollo ’98 and Piloto Cubano fillers. The end result is a cigar that offers notes of cedar, chocolate and espresso coffee.


They start from just $9.72 a stick at Thompson Cigars, so order yours now!



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