Top 5 Cigars with Chocolate Flavor Notes (Non-Infused)

Cigars have the most amazing ability to produce diverse flavor profiles with many different notes. But tasting those notes can be its own challenge. In this video, I’ll take you through 5 cigars that are great sources of Chocolate flavor notes. If you’re working on developing your palate, here’s a great place to start!

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The Oliva Serie V is easily the most popular cigar that the Oliva family makes. It’s a medium bodied blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos with a Ecuadorian Sun Grown Habano Wrapper leaf. This blend is surprisingly medium bodied, and a great source of great chocolate notes with a natural sweetness from the wrapper.

Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust’s Mi Querida is a full bodied flavor bomb! This blend uses a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, which has become incredibly popular in recent years. This blend, crafted by Steve Saka, offers a complex flavor profile with incredibly brilliant chocolate flavor notes… among many other things to taste!

This is American Viking Cigars’ most full bodied offering. It wasn’t originally designed to be that way. But in the blending room, this was the clear winner for full bodied blend. It uses a dark Nicaraguan Habano Wrapper leaf to produce a vivid sweetness, along with chocolate, grass, hay, earth, and coffee. This is one blend that has surprised us. It’s easily one of the most sought after American Viking cigars!

Drew Estate has become a force to be reckoned with in the cigar world. Their traditional blends are quickly becoming cult classics among cigar smokers. The Undercrown Maduro was the original of the Undercrown line, and a perfect place to find a bit of natural chocolate flavor with a slight spice. Don’t miss out on what has quickly become one of Drew Estate’s most popular lines!

Among Alec Bradley’s massive catalog of premium cigar blends, there’s nothing quite like the Magic Toast. This blend comes from a crop of exceptional tobaccos that, when properly fermented, produces a wildly smooth and flavorful cigars. In addition to earth, spice, and coffee, this cigar gives of a balanced note of chocolate, which keeps Alec Bradley fans coming back and puffing for more!

Those are a few of my top chocolate flavor note sticks. What are yours? Drop a comment below!

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  1. Sinistro’s Mr. Red has overwhelming pepper from a fresh box. But if you let it rest in your humidor for 6 to 9 months, it converts to a warm slightly peppery chocolate espresso.

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