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Best Cigars to Smoke at Home

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Shane K.

Home is where the heart is, and it’s also the location of your man cave, where, hopefully, you can smoke cigars with your pals around the clock. Many of us have had the pleasure of smoking more cigars at home than ever before as result of working from home on a total or partial basis over the course of the last several months. Check out our hints for smoking cigars indoors if you’re still trying to convince your significant other it’s okay. Even if your cigar smoking is relegated to the front porch or backyard hammock, premium cigars are natural catalysts for reflection and relaxation, and you deserve to smoke the best when you’re at home. After reviewing the top cigar brands we sell at Holt’s, we’ve put together ten great cigars to smoke at home.

#1 - Ashton Symmetry

It’s hard to believe Ashton Symmetry has already been around for over five years. It’s still the newest cigar in the Ashton portfolio, but that’s a testament to the brand’s staying power – Ashton cigars are not fly-by-night trends that fade out. Symmetry is at the top of our list because it’s a blend that unites the best facets of premium cigar-making today. Well-aged tobaccos drawn from exclusive plots in the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua are married beneath a stunning Cuban-seed wrapper from Ecuador. The blend is orchestrated by master cigar-maker Carlito Fuente. Symmetry is rich and pensive for when you’ve got some time on your hands to savor a fine handmade.

Strength: Full
Country: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Eciador Habano

Ashton Symmetry

#2 - La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial

La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial deserves a place in your humidor. The cigar was just re-blended and given updated bands and boxes at the end of 2019. If you love Nicaraguan cigars, consider adding this exciting and newly enhanced blend to your collection. Award-winning cigar-makers, Pepin and Jaime Garcia, created a nutty and peppery profile from vintage Nicaraguan binder and fillers with an oily Ecuador Habano wrapper. Edicion Especial checks off all the boxes for greatness with a visually impressive presentation, flawless construction, and mouthwatering taste for an amazing price.

Strength: Medium-Full
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Ecuador Habano

La Aroma de Cuba Edicion Especial

#3 - Arturo Fuente Chateau Fuente Sun Grown

There are countless classic cigars in the Fuente collection. The Chateaus Series stands out for its quality, availability, and value. It’s feasible to pick up a full box and know that you’re getting a premium Dominican handmade you can enjoy almost any time of the day. The oily Sun Grown wrapper in the Chateau Series is particularly admirable because it is both spicy and creamy, intricate and approachable.

Strength: Medium
Country: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Sun Grown

Arturo Fuente Chateau Fuente Sun Grown

 #4 - Oliva Master Blends 3

Only the choicest Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos go into the 92-rated Oliva Masters Blends 3. The blend is finished in a toothy Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. Tasting notes of dark chocolate, molasses, brown sugar, black pepper, and roasted coffee beans culminate in a collection of classic shapes. What began as an annual limited edition has grown into huge bargain for Holt’s customers. Taste each size in our fastest-selling sampler when you pick up the Oliva Master Blends Monster Deal for only $3.49 per cigar every day of the week.

Strength: Medium-Full
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf

Oliva Master Blends #3

#5 - San Cristobal Revelation

San Cristobal Revelation is drawn from a milk-chocolate-hued Ecuador Sumatra wrapper leaf and a creamy and woody amalgam of premium Nicaraguan long-fillers. Jose ‘Pepin’ Garcia blends Revelation to an elite standard for flavor, aroma, and consistency. Its medium-bodied and versatile taste appeals to a wide range of connoisseurs. It’s a pleasure to kick back in the hammock with San Cristobal Revelation when you feel like smoking and escaping in a book.

Strength: Medium
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Ecuador Sumatra

San Cristobal Revelation

#6 - Padrón 1964 Anniversary

No one can argue over the prestigious reputation Padrón cigars possess. The brand owes its legacy to late brand founder Jose Orlando Padrón. Today, his son, Jorge Padrón, continues the family’s extensive cigar-making tradition by adhering to unrivaled benchmarks for taste and quality. Padrón 1964 Anniversary exemplifies the brand with its rich, well-aged profile of premium Nicaraguan tobaccos. Notes of cedar, cocoa, cinnamon, baking spices, and cayenne define Padrón’s legendary flavor.

Strength: Medium-Full
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Nicaraguan

Padron 1964 Anniversary

#7 - Flor de las Antillas Maduro

The original Flor de las Antillas scored 96 points and the ‘#1 Cigar of the Year’ title in Cigar Aficionado following its debut in 2012. This lauded cigar is also available in a 92-rated Maduro wrapper leaf cultivated in Ecuador from Cuban seeds. An enhanced profile cocoa, wood, earth, and leather delivers a luscious and sweet finish at a palatable price. Fans of the original Flor de las Antillas should taste the blend with this unique Cuban-seed Maduro wrapper.

Strength: Medium-Full
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Ecuador Habano

Flor de las Antillas Maduro

#8 - Perdomo Habano Connecticut 

Brand founder Nick Perdomo Jr. blends quality and value throughout his growing portfolio of premium cigars. Perdomo Habano reflects Nick’s formula for success with a trio of popular wrapper options: Connecticut, Maduro, and Sun Grown. Make Perdomo Habano Connecticut a priority when you’re craving peppery and smooth Nicaraguan taste from a box that won’t cost your entire monthly cigar allowance.

Strength: Mild-Medium
Country: Nicaragua
Wrapper: Ecuador Connecticut

Perdomo Habano Connecticut

#9 - Romeo y Julieta 1875

Add iconic Cuban-legacy cigars to your humidor at home with Romeo y Julieta 1875. The nutty, peppery, and approachable taste is derived from an Indonesian wrapper leaf and an ample blend of Dominican long-fillers. Ultra-popular shapes like the Robusto Larga add up to an unbeatable bargain when you need a reliable box to add into your daily rotation.

Strength: Mild-Medium
Country: Dominican Republic
Wrapper: Indonesian

Romeo y Julieta 1875

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