Top 10 Best Maduro Cigars

July 30, 2015


  1. Ashton Aged Maduro- My all time favorite maduro cigar, the Aston Aged Maduro has all the best qualities of a great dark smoke. It’s mild to medium, but rich and sweet. Its oily Connecticut broadleaf wrapper contains flavor notes of chocolate, coffee, and a light sweetness.
  1. Camacho Triple Maduro- The King of Maduros, the Camacho Triple Maduro is one of the only true maduro puros in the world. All levels of this powerful smoke are layered with dark Honduran maduro tobaccos. Its earthy, spicy, sweet and overall delicious.
  1. Fuente 8-5-8 Maduro- This great Arturo Fuente is the ideal everyday smoke for the maduro lover. The Connecticut broadleaf wrapper blends nicely with the smooth Dominican filler, making this smoke light, rich, and sweet.
  1. Perdomo 12 Year Vintage Maduro- If you’re looking for a maduro to go along with some bourbon, this is the best cigar for you. The Perdomo Double Aged 12 Year Vintage Maduro12 year uses vintage maduro tobacco aged in bourbon barrels. Its flavors include chocolate, sweet cocoa, and of course a hint of bourbon.
  1. Partagas Black- The Partagas Black Label may be one of the strongest maduros you can find. It uses a special sun-grown wrapper, known as Medio Tiempo. It’s spicy and bold, but still maintains some traditional maduro tastes like a light sweetness and coffee.  A good way to wake up!
  1. Jericho Hill Crowned Heads– A new favorite, Crowned Heads cigars has crafted a great full body maduro. Named after different songs and lyrics from the legend Johnny Cash, the Jericho Hill uses a dark San Andres wrapper. Full bodied, yet smooth, this smoke is already a new classic.
  1. Padron 1926- The Padron 1926 Series maduro is the epitome of luxury. Its smooth, aged Nicaraguan filler blends perfectly with its dark oily wrapper. It’s filled with notes of chocolate and cream and a light spice at the end.
  1. Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial- A fitting tribute from father to son, The Jaime Garcia Reserva Especial is a spectacular smoke. A medium-full body, it uses a well aged Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and vintage Nicaraguan filler. This bad boy scored a 90 in Cigar Aficionado, so you should definitely try it out.
  1. Liga Privada No. 9- While ACID is what put Drew Estate on the map, the Liga Privada No. 9 is what made them explode. It’s a strong Nicaraguan cigar with rich and heavy smoke. Its Connecticut broadleaf wrapper gives a lush earthy taste with great blasts of espresso.
  2. San Lotano Maduro- While AJ Fernandez were well known for its private labels, the San Lotano made it a household name.  This maduro box press uses a prestine San Andreas wrapper.  It’s a great mix of spice and rich coffee notes, making it a perfectly well rounded maduro.


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