Top 5 Fire Pit Cigars
Summer is officially over! Some of us will miss the hot weather, hours spent at the beach, and grilling endless food while your family is poolside.
The other half of us are ready to dive headfirst into the fall season. With fall comes pumpkin picking, spending hours on the couch watching football, or spending some much-needed time near a bonfire or fire pit.
There really is nothing like sitting fire pit side with a glass of scotch, whiskey, or a warm cup of coffee. What else would make that scenario even better?
Adding a cigar into the mix. Yes, the weather may be getting cooler, but that shouldn’t deter you away from enjoying a few more of your favorite cigars.
This week’s top list will go over some of our favorite cigars to smoke and enjoy while sitting next to a fire pit. Don’t forget to get this limited sampler right here today!
Casa Fernandez Miami
When Eduardo Fernandez purchased Tropical Tobacco from master blender Pedro Martin, Fernandez developed the delicious Casa Fernandez brand.
The Casa Fernandez Miami has been a game-changing cigar since 2011. Casa Fernandez Miami uses some of the finest tobaccos grown in the world from the Aganorsa farms in Esteli, Nicaragua. Something else that makes the Casa Fernandez Miami so special is that these cigars are rolled in Miami by expert Cuban rollers.
The Casa Fernandez Miami #54 Reserva Toro is a 6 x 54 smoke that is wrapped in the luxurious Mexican San Andres wrapper, with Nicaraguan tobaccos that make up the binder and filler.
Some dazzling flavor notes you’ll experience while smoking the Miami #54 Reserva are nuts, earth, spice, and sweet tobacco flavors on the backend. This full-bodied smoke with a Maduro shade wrapper is the perfect smoke to keep you warm and hearty all while sitting next to a warm fire pit.
Oscar Valladares Wild Hunter
Wild Hunter by Oscar is a cigar that is made up of two blends from the bestselling cigar maker, Oscar Valladares.
The unique packaging of the Wild Hunter was inspired by the sport of hunting, which always seems to coincide with the cooler months of the year. Oscar Valladares went back to his Honduran roots to create this new, highly rated cigar for his long-time fans.
The Wild Hunter comes in a 6 x 52 Toro and Toro Maduro that has all-natural Honduran tobaccos. This medium to full-bodied smoke has an oily, Maduro shade wrapper, that oozes rich and bold flavors.
Some flavor notes you’ll detect while smoking is chocolate, espresso, and earth. With a gorgeous camouflage cigar band, this cigar is the essential go-to smoke once the fall season is upon us.
Liga Privada Unico Serie
Manufactured at Drew estate renowned factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, the Liga Privada Unico Serie should be a staple in your humidor. All the cigars in this series are different in size and recipe, making these even more unique.
With a Connecticut Habano wrapper, a Brazilian binder, and fillers from Honduras and Nicaragua, the Ratzilla is a 6.25 x 46 medium to full-bodied cigar. Some delicious flavor notes you’ll enjoy while smoking the Ratzilla are pepper, leather, spice, and roasted coffee flavors.
With all these rare tobaccos within the cigars of the Unico Serie, it’d be near impossible to sustain a full production line. So, hopping on to jrcigars.com to grab one of these cigars today is a must!
Ramon Allones by AJ Fernandez
The new Ramon Allones, who is partnered with General Cigars, has AJ Fernandez producing and distributing these classic Cuban brand cigars. The original Ramon Allones was Fernandez’s father’s favorite cigars when he started in the business.
So, I think it’s only fitting to have AJ Fernandez taking over this historical cigar company for years to come. The reason the original Ramon Allones is so historical is since this smoke was the first handmade cigar to feature a band wrapped around this oily stick.
The Ramon Allones by AJ Fernandez in the toro size is a vintage masterpiece that features a Nicaraguan Habano wrapper, a Nicaraguan Corojo 99 binder, and Nicaraguan Corojo 99 and Nicaraguan Criollo 98 to make up the filler tobaccos.
This medium to full-bodied 6 x 52 smoke has complex notes of cedar, earth, cashews, espresso, and spice on the backend. Smoking this vintage cigar while fireside might be the best way to start up your fall season!
Henry Clay War Hawk Rebellious
Last year, the stellar release of the Henry Clay War Hawk hit the cigar world like a wrecking ball. People all around the industry couldn’t get enough of that delicious smoke.
So, Altadis USA decided to rock the boat again by releasing the limited-edition spin-off Henry Clay War Hawk Rebellious. The Rebellious comes from the hands and minds of AJ Fernandez and Rafael Nodal.
Manufactured at AJ Fernandez’s factory in Nicaragua, the War Hawk Rebellious shipped out only 1,200 boxes in July of this year. This medium-bodied smoke is a Nicaraguan puro, with a golden, vintage Nicaraguan Habano wrapper.
Some flavor notes you may detect while smoking the War Hawk Rebellious are baking spices, pepper, cocoa, and coffee. With this gem being released in limited quantity, it’d be wise to get your hands on the Henry Clay War Hawk Rebellious sooner than later!