For this week’s Top 5 list, we’re showcasing some of the best-looking cigars to make their way around the industry. You may ask, “What makes a cigar look pretty”? It can be several things. On the surface, you’ll look at the wrapper shade and wrapper color. Which is 90% of what makes a cigar look gorgeous.
However, I take into count the size and even shape of a cigar. For me, a box-pressed cigar with a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper is one of the prettiest shaped cigars in the industry.
Cigar bands also play a big part in this as well. The color of the band must compliment the wrapper shade very well and also tell its own story for the consumer.
With cigars from Crowned Heads ad Drew Estate, here are our Top 5 Best Looking cigars of 2022. Don’t forget to get the limited time sampler at the link below.
Crowned Heads Mil Dias
The first cigar on our Top 5 Best-Looking Cigars is a cigar that makes an appearance on our Top 5 lists in different sizes and fashions. The Crowned Heads Mil Dias in the 6.38 x 50 Double Robusto is one of the most underrated cigars you could have in your humidor. It may not seem underrated by how much we feature it on these lists, but everything about this brand is top-notch.
What makes this cigar one of the best-looking smokes in the industry is the Ecuadorian Habano wrapper, mixed with the band. The white band, with a red “M”, which is a symbol for 1,000 days clashes so perfectly with the EMS shade color of the wrapper.
Once lit, the cigar will be one of the best-tasting cigars you’ll ever have thanks to the tobaccos from Peru, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica that make up the binder and filler.
No matter what if you get it in the Double Robusto, or six other sizes the Mil Dias is available, you can pick up a box of 20 on JR Cigars today.
Next up on our Top 5 Best Looking Cigars is a popular brand from the Drew Estate umbrella. The Undercrown in the 5 x 54 Robusto size utilizes a San Andres Negro wrapper, that lays underneath a navy blue and golden cigar band that is sporting the Undercrown logo. The combination of those three makes for one gorgeous-looking cigar.
This medium to full-bodied smoke has a Connecticut Habano binder, and filler tobacco from Brazil and Nicaragua. Another reason why the Undercrown is such a good-looking cigar is due to the fact their use some of the ingredients from their famed Liga Privada line that put Drew Estate on the map.
Available in 12 other sizes, that come in a pack of 5, pack of 10, or a box of 25, you can get the Undercrown today at JR Cigars.
Next up for the Best-Looking Cigars within the industry, we have the Mi Querida Fino Largo. This 6 x 48 medium to full-bodied gem hails from Nicaragua. This beautifully fashioned smoke is sporting a broadleaf Maduro wrapper. Much like the Undercrown, the Mi Querida has a beautiful navy blue and gold band around this dark, chocolatey wrapper.
Nicaraguan tobaccos for the binder and filler make up the rest of the Mi Querida. While smoking this gem, you’ll taste flavor notes of pepper, coffee, Irish cream, and cocoa on the backend.
Available in four other sizes, that come in a box of 20, you can grab the Mi Querida today on JR Cigars website!
Joya de Nicaragua Antano Connecticut
Next up on our Top 5 Best Looking cigars list is the first cigar I bought a box of based on how beautiful this smoke was. The Joya de Nicaragua Antano Connecticut in the 6 x 50 Toro is one amazing cigar inside and out.
Cloaked in a golden Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, the Joya de Nicaragua Antano Connecticut sports a double red and golden band that compliments the eye so well. Along with the Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, rich and vintage Nicaragua tobaccos make up the binder filler.
Some flavor notes you’ll detect while smoking this gem from Drew Estate are cedar, leather, cream, and toast. Available in sizes different sizes, you can get the Joya de Nicaragua Antano Connecticut in a box of 20 today on JR Cigars.
Ramon Allones by AJ Fernandez
Finally, the Ramon Allones by AJ Fernandez wraps up our Top 5 Best Selling cigars. With a cedar casing that reads “Ramon Allones”, this 6 x 52 Toro has a dark and oily Nicaraguan Habano wrapper that lays beneath a gold and red cigar band with a rendition of the brand’s older logo.
Nicaragua Corojo ’99 and Criollo 98 tobaccos make up the binder and filler of this gem from AJ Fernandez. This medium to full-bodied smoke has delicious flavor notes of cedar, earth, cashews, and espresso on the backend.
If you want to add one of the best-looking smokes in the business, which also is a big part of history, then add the Ramon Allones by AJ Fernandes to your collection today, or buy a box of 20 in one of the four sizes available on JR Cigars.