Top 5 Broadleaf Cigars of 2021
Although the use of Broadleaf tobaccos is very popular in today’s world, tobacco farmers were experimenting with this delicious leaf since the 1800’s. The popularity in Broadleaf has grown exponentially over here in the United States, where farms in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut are some of the hot beds for Broadleaf tobaccos.
Companies like Drew Estate, Foundation Cigars, and Crowned Heads utilize broadleaf tobacco throughout their smokes that we, and many others, have grown to love over time. This week we review and go over our top five cigars that are for all Broadleaf lovers out there. Here are the Top Five Broadleaf Cigars in 2021.
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Yellow Rose by Crowned Heads
Crowned Heads Yellow Rose is the “Texas Exclusive” smoke that is one of four “State Exclusive” cigar lines from Jon Huber and Crowned Heads. Also, with keeping within the music theme, Jon Huber named this smoke the “Yellow Rose” after a folk song from the 1800s. Manufactured at the famous My Father Cigar factory in Esteli, Yellow Rose comes in one size due to the limited quantity made for the lone star state.
For the Yellow Rose, the Broadleaf from Connecticut is used to cloak this delicious smoke, while Nicaraguan tobaccos make up the filler and binder. This 6.25 x 54 torpedo-shaped, box-pressed smoke has delicious flavor notes of chocolate, wood, cocoa, cedar, and a zesty finished on the back end allows the Yellow Rose to be one of the most underrated smokes from Crowned Heads.
One day a year, Crowned Heads releases the Yellow Rose for consumers and continues to remain extremely limited and rare. Get your hands on this delicious broadleaf torpedo smoke today in our sampler!
Liga Privada No. 9
Investing in the Liga Privada No. 9 Toro is worth any penny considering this smoke is one of the more popular cigars that have featured Broadleaf tobacco throughout. Former Drew Estate president Steve Saka perfected this blend for all cigar enthusiasts to enjoy.
Cloaked in a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, the Liga Privada No. 9 also provides a vintage Brazilian Mata Fina binder and filler tobaccos from Honduras and Nicaragua. Flavor notes that Liga Privada No. 9 has delicious flavor notes such as earth, espresso, and cocoa that flow throughout the smoke.
This full-bodied smoke has massive crowd appeal, along with multiple high ratings when first released in 2013. Liga Privada No. 9 cigars are an undeniable luxurious smoke that refined your palate from the first puff.
Room 101 The Big Payback
Landing the number one spot on our Top 25 Cigars of 2020, Room 101’s The Big Payback landed that spot for many reasons. However, the main reason is the fact that The Big Payback is cloaked in a gorgeous and delicious Connecticut Broadleaf.
Manufactured at General Cigar’s Honduras S.A. factory, the Big Payback Maduro was the first brand Matt Booth created when he decided to come back home to the cigar world, he left all on his own a few years back.
Delivered with magnificent flavor notes of chocolate, espresso, wood, and leather, this medium-bodied smoke had a binder from Connecticut, and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic.
Arriving in a bundle of 20, the Big Payback Maduro is one of the smoothest and tastiest Maduro blends on the market today and is available in three different sizes today on JR’s website.
This creative collaboration between Carlos Fuente and Diamond Crown defines what a true Dominican cigar should be. What makes this cigar so special is the wrapper, (which happens to be a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper) is that the Diamond Crown an exclusive CFW (Connecticut Fermented Wrapper) that has been aged up to five years at Tabacalera Fuente.
With a dark and oily broadleaf wrapper, the Diamond Crown Robusto No. 3 has binder and filler tobaccos that hail from the Dominican Republic. This 6.50 x 54 medium-bodied smoke has luscious flavor notes of spice, cocoa, and nutmeg, all components that come from a Broadleaf wrapper.
So if you want to smoke a dark, delicious smoke that bleeds luxury, then the Diamond Crown Robusto No. 3 Maduro is the one for you.
Being the second premium offer from Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Co., the Mi Querida Fino Largo is a beautifully fashioned smoke with exceptional blending skills.
Cloaked in a Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, while the binder and filler are made up of Nicaraguan tobaccos. This medium to full-bodied smoke has an amazingly smooth texture. Delicious flavor notes you’ll detect while smoking the Fino Largo are pepper, spice, coffee, Irish cream, and cocoa.
With Steve Saka being at the helm of a Broadleaf gem for Drew Estate, you know this Broadleaf beauty will be worth every penny you spend on a box of the Mi Querida Fino Largo.
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