Top 7 cigars for Just $7.00

7 bucks doesn’t seem to carry as much weight as it used to. It’s just getting harder and harder to stretch each dollar. The great news is the cigar world has tons of options for just $7.00. In this video, I’ll take you through some of the best options. These are cigars that earn every penny of their shelf price. Of course, these aren’t the only ones. Drop a comment with your favorite $7.00 cigar.

I. EP Carillo New Wave Connecticut Toro (6×52)

The EPC New Wave Connecticut is a ‘back by popular demand’ cigar if ever there was one. This, originally limited edition, cigar was so popular it was re-released as a regular production blend. It’s a mild blend with a surprisingly robust flavor.

II. 1502 Nicaragua Robusto (5×50) Box Pressed

Cigar Maker Enrique Sanchez captures the meaning of the words Nicaraguan Puro with a cigar that uses tobaccos from every growing region of the country. Leaves from Esteli, Jalapa, Condega, and Ometepe are used to create a diverse mild flavor profile with a classic Nicaraguan kick.

III. Espinosa Habano No. 4 (5.5×50)

The Espinosa Habano No. 4 is a creamy medium strength cigar that has hit the highlights with high ratings and top 25 placement. This cigar strays from Erik Espinosa’s typical peppery blending with a more mellow approach. It hits medium strength with thick creamy smoke and a brilliant flavor profile.

IV. American Viking Obrigado Corona (5.5×42)

Like the New Wave Connecticut, the Obrigado Corona started off as a limited edition release, which was brought back to full time production after an amazing reception. The flavor, in a word, almondcakes. It offers a medium strength profile with brilliant sweetness and notes of almonds and cedar.

V. Padron 3000 (5.5×52)

Padron is easily one of the most trusted and sought out cigars makers of our day. Their 1926 and 1964 anniversary blends are regarded by many as the best cigars made. The 3000 is an everyday cigar, for about one third the price of the 1926 and 1964. But it still brings that distinct Padron flavor that drives cigar smokers wild.

VI. Perdomo Lot 23 Maduro Toro (6×50)

Perdomo’s Lot 23 Maduro brings out a perfectly dark Broadleaf wrapper over Nicaraguan binder and fillers. These cigars sport Perdomo’s famous 5-year aged wrapper leaf. And this blend features the diversity of different tobacco leaves from just one field. This cigar offers a rich dark refined flavor that has impressed even the pickiest of cigar lovers.

VII. My Father Le Bijou 1922 Petite Robusto (4.5×50)

My Father Cigars has produced some of the cigar world’s favorite cigars. Not the least of these is Le Bijou 1922, which was Cigar Aficionado’s No. 1 Cigar of the Year in 2015. It’s thick leathery wrapper leaf produces a robust but diverse flavor profile filled with dark maduro flavor notes.

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