Cigar Alternatives for Blue Ribbon Bundles

December 23, 2020

Blue Ribbon Bundles

Blue Ribbon Bundles cigars are a value-priced premium offering from Drew Estate. The cigars feature a Nicaraguan-grown Cuban Seed binder and long filler tobaccos wrapped inside an attractive reddish-brown EMS Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. These medium-bodied cigars were an exceptional value for the price-conscious smoker; however, they are no longer available here at JR Cigar. That said, we have many value-priced offerings in our huge fully humidified warehouse that are comparable to Blue Ribbon cigars, starting off with another very affordable Drew Estate creation, namely La Vieja Habana Cigars.

La Vieja Habana

Introduced in 1994, La Vieja Habana was Drew Estate’s first traditional non favored brand that was followed by the insanely popular flavor-infused ACID line that featured the company’s groundbreaking and a secretive blend of herbs, botanicals, and exotic spices. These Cuban “sandwich” cigars are crafted from Estelí and Jalapa short- and long-filler tobaccos surrounded by a spicy binder all wrapped in a rich, bold Corojo leaf. The result is a smooth earthy, fruity, and naturally sweet smoke with an easy draw and a long creamy finish. It’s an exceptional value!

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El Galan Campestre

With a price that can’t be beaten and flavors that are complex and delicious, the affordable El Galan Campestre Cigars are a wonderful alternative to the Blue Ribbon. The cigars feature a perfectly aged blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos rolled inside a handsome Ecuadorian Habano wrapper. Rich flavors of spice, cedar, earth, leather, and pepper are all delivered in a smooth medium-bodied fashion.

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La Finca Cigars

Other alternatives to Blue Ribbon are La Finca, Rosa Cuba, and Riata cigars that are all sold in affordable bundles and offer their own uniquely delicious  flavors that will delight everyday smokers on a slim budget.

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