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Best Cigars to Smoke While Watching a Baseball Game

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Shane K.

Watching a baseball game with a cigar in your mouth was a common occurrence years ago. Today, you’re unlikely to get away with enjoying a cigar at an actual ballpark. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take in a baseball game on the flat screen from the comfort of your man cave or your local cigar lounge. With the length of a game averaging three hours, you’ll need a lot of cigar to last until the final inning. Here are the best cigars to smoke while you’re watching a baseball game.

#1 - Ashton Cabinet Selection #1 (9 x 52)

Ashton Cabinet Selection is a supreme cigar to enjoy during a baseball game. The extended 9-inch dimensions are crafted in a cool-burning 52 ring gauge to deliver a rich and creamy profile of cedar, cashews, and spices with a touch of sweetness. Legendary cigar-maker Carlito Fuente has been blending Ashton Cabinet for over thirty years from premium aged Dominican long-fillers and a glistening Connecticut Shade wrapper leaf. The luscious Perfecto lasts for an hour and a half.

Strength: Mild-Medium
Country: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Connecticut Shade

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#2 - Arturo Fuente Hemingway Masterpiece (9 x 52)

The 94-rated Arturo Fuente Hemingway has been one of the most popular Dominican cigars since its debut in the 1970s. The Perfecto-shaped series includes a 9 x 52 format appropriately called Masterpiece. An aged Cameroon wrapper leaf embraces a sumptuous blend of premium Dominican binder and filler tobaccos. Get through more than few innings with an approachable profile of coffee beans, cedar, baking spices, and black pepper with a long and lush finish.

Strength: Medium
Country: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Cameroon

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#3 - La Aroma de Cuba El Jefe (7 x 58)

Award-winning cigar-maker Jose ‘Pepin’ Garcia blends a magnificent amalgam of vintage Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos beneath a succulent Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper in a beefy 7 x 58 shape. Tasting notes of hickory, pepper, cedar, leather, and smoked almonds emerge in a medium-bodied profile you can easily enjoy with a sip of bourbon or an ice-cold beer while your team is rounding the bases.

Strength: Medium
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf

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#4 - Padron Magnum (9 x 49)

The top-rated taste of Padron began with the brand’s original blend in a wide variety of traditional box-pressed shapes. The all-Nicaraguan blend is handcrafted from a premium aged recipe of binder, filler, and wrapper tobaccos. A medium-bodied profile of cedar, cocoa, cayenne, wood, and spices culminates over the course of an hour and a half in the excellent 9-inch Magnum. For a sweeter finish, the blend is also available in a Maduro wrapper.

Strength: Medium
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Nicaraguan

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#5 - Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne Churchill (7 x 54)

 Among the most popular Perdomo cigars ever created, Perdomo 10th Anniversary Champagne is handcrafted in a thick Churchill with 7 x 54 dimensions. An Ecuador Connecticut wrapper leaf hugs a balanced blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. Notes of nuts, white pepper, wood, and spices arrive in a cool-burning cigar you can puff on for more than an hour.

Strength: Medium
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut

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