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ARTURO FUENTE BETWEEN THE LINES
ARTURO FUENTE BETWEEN THE LINES
A rich, African Cameroon wrapper over vintage Dominican filler give way to flavors both complex and refined. The slightly sweet flavor produced by the select African Cameroon wrapper is in perfect balance with the savory aroma. Flawless construction, a hallmark of Tabacalera A. Fuente, ensures an even burn and smooth draw, unquestionably among the world’s most elite cigars.
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PREMIUM CIGARS NEW ARRIVALS!
At Valley Tobacco, we will be bringing in the best of the newest cigars!
General Cigar has announced a first its super-premium Cohiba brand–the first Cohiba to be wrapped in a Connecticut Shade wrapper.
The new Cohiba Connecticut will feature a complex blend of Brazilian Mata Fina and Dominican Piloto Cubano, Nicaraguan Jalapa to enhance the cigar’s overall strength; and Dominican Olor for added depth. The cigar’s Mexican San Andrean binder complements the filler leaves and delivers optimal combustibility.
“Our agronomists partnered with an independent grower in Ecuador’s Los Rios province to produce a silky and lustrous Ecuadoran Connecticut Shade wrapper,” commented Sean Williams, Cohiba’s brand ambassador. “Unlike cloth-covered fields that shield the tobacco from the blistering sun in Connecticut, this special wrapper is grown beside Ecuador’s Vinces River and beneath the thick, natural cloud cover that blankets the region. The volcanic soil yielded a wrapper that was intentionally developed for its aesthetic qualities, with veins that are barely perceptible. Looks aside, the wrapper is ideal for blending, as it maximizes the filler and binder leaves.”
Imagine a velvety, sultry beginning with hints of sweetness and fruit. As each perfectly blended leaf burns, the complexities of fine Dominican filler in La Unica blossom into a nutty, creamy, rich flavor. La Unica cigars are smooth enough for every day but far from ordinary. Handmade by Tabacalera A. Fuente in the Dominican Republic, La Unica continues to be one of the finest cigars on the market.
Arturo Fuente Gran Aniverxario Destino Al Siglo De Pasión
An earthy smoke with cocoa bean sweetness and a citrus-like acidity. Notes of baking spices also emerge along with touches of almonds and herbs
This cigar so exquisite, could only be contained in the finest packaging, from the beautifully detailed cigar band to the Spanish cedar lift-out trays, the packaging is ornate and designed so that is looks like a book. A century of destiny that marks a major milestone in the Fuente Family Story.
Be the first to try this amazing cigar. It was just introduced at this year's Cigar Show.
There’s a new CAO line shipping to retailers next week, and unlike most CAO cigars, it’s made in the Dominican Republic, rather than Central America. Dubbed CAO Session, the new line is a collaboration between brand ambassador and blender Rick Rodriguez and Yuri Guillen, factory manager of General Cigar Dominicana.
Shipping to retailers on July 2, CAO Session is composed of a Connecticut broadleaf wrapper, Dominican binder and filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. It’s packaged in 20-count boxes and comes in three sizes: Garage (5 1/4 inches by 54 ring gauge, Bar (6 by 49) and Shop (6 by 60, )
Although Rodriguez and Guillen worked together in the Dominican Republic 15 years ago, Rodriguez eventually went to Estelí, Nicaragua, to oversee the CAO brand while Guillen remained in the Dominican Republic. According to General, CAO Session marks a reunion of sorts, and is also the first CAO to be made in the Dominican Republic in more than 10 years.
CAO VIDEO FROM THE CIGAR SHOW
An Idea Is Born
Cigarmaker A.J. Fernandez can now add the Trinidad brand to his list of classic Cuban cigars that he’s reblended for the American market.
Made entirely from Nicaraguan tobacco, the upcoming Trinidad Espiritu is a collaboration between Fernandez and Rafael Nodal, head of product capability for Tabacalera USA. It marks the first time that Fernandez has ever worked with the Trinidad brand, but the second time for Nodal. (Astute smokers will recall the Trinidad Santiago brand, made in the Dominican Republic by José “Jochy” Blanco.)
The Nodal-Fernandez team has worked together before, most notably on brands such as Montecristo Nicaragua and Romeo San Andrés by Romeo y Julieta.
“The Trinidad Espiritu is a continuation of the work that A.J. Fernandez and I have been doing for a few years,” says Nodal. “We are reimagining the blends of legendary brands and creating new flavor profiles.”
Trinidad is one of the oldest cigar brands in the world. With Espíritu, it pays homage to the “Spirit” of its Cuban roots and celebrates the tradition of the cigar lifestyle. While the look may call back to vintage Cuban travel, the cigar is crafted to appeal to the modern connoisseur. The blend features a symphony of complex 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos, using a unique fermentation process under the careful watch of AJ Fernandez.
Experience the soul of Trinidad Espíritu!
SAN LOTANO DOMINCANO
A CIGAR COLLABERATION
San Lotano is one of A.J. Fernandez’s first cigar brands and was named after his San Lotano farm in Nicaragua. It comes in a number of varieties, including the Habano and Maduro core lines, the contoured San Lotano Oval, San Lotano Requiem Maduro and San Lotano The Bull.
The San Lotano Dominicano represents the first time that Fernandez has collaborated with a third-party company to make a San Lotano brand. It’s also the first time that San Lotano has been made outside of his Nicaraguan factory. A secondary band reads: “AJ & Jochy” to remind smokers of their collaborative efforts
This dark, well-made robusto leaves clear impressions of leather and earth on the palate along with touches of cinnamon, chocolate and stone fruits. The finish hints of licorice.
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A star in born.
Alec Bradley Magic Toast got its name on a night forever etched in my memory. That’s the night, I saw for myself, by flashlight, a crop that was beyond belief. Tobaccos I knew we would find a
special project for. Under the stars, we cracked open a bottle of very special whisky and proposed a toast to our future. Magic Toast was born that evening. Along with a ritual. Toast the end of this
cigar. Celebrate its beginning. And enjoy the magic!
The name of this latest creation from the My Father Cigars factory in Estelí translates to “the great offering,” and it is. Taking both its artwork and name from a defunct Cuban brand that dates to 1913, the band, box and Ecuadoran Habano rosado oscuro–wrapped cigars inside are all equally stunning. Eye-catching packaging can only go so far, however. This cigar, with its medium-full, chocolate-laced flavor mingled with sweet cherries and a dusting of curry, makes us wonder what the original Havana brand must have been like. Certainly not as elegantly rich as this.
H. Upmann Connecticut by Grupo de Maestros cigars are covered in a refined Connecticut-seed wrapper, with each head topped by dark maduro caps that make each of these distinct cigars bolder and deeper than most traditional Connecticut releases.
Under the cigar’s uniquely rolled leaf, this collaborative Upmann features a prime Dominican binder with a robust blend of luscious filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua — including a layer of specially cultivated Pilotico tobacco for an extra hint of incomparably-rich complexity.
A blond cigar topped with a maduro cap. Light spices and tangy notes of orange peel become sweeter with vanilla and graham cracker.
*Cigar Aficionado Cigar Insider June 25, 2019
H. UPMANN by AJ FERNENDEZ
H. Upmann AJ Fernandez Toro
H. Upmann AJ Fernandez Toro presents a big-brand cigar worthy of the boutique crowd’s attention. It seems that anything AJ touches turns to gold, and it’s wise for Altadis to leverage this. Overall, we wind up with a surprisingly complex, extremely smooth, very flavorful, medium-bodied cigar at a great price. The construction was stellar, with the only imperfection being an ever-so-slightly open draw—which could potentially be remedied by using a punch or V-cut, rather the usual double-guillotine.
Coming from a storied line of Cuban cigar makers, AJ Fernandez combines old world technique with his own unique perspective at his factory in Estelí, Nicaragua, which has produced some of the most exciting blends of the past decade.
This timeless brand is appealing to a new generation of smokers with the robust, distinctly flavored cigar. Boasting an Ecuador Sumatra wrapper, Corojo 99 binder, and Criollo 98 and Pilito Cubano filler, the cigar could best be described as medium to full-bodied with a sweet, balanced taste profile and notes of almond.
Cigar Aficionado 93 rating
RING GAUGE: 50 LENGTH: 6 1/4
Every puff of this dark cigar gives the sensation of biting into a piece of chocolate fudge, studded with nuts, espresso beans and toasted coconut. Hints of caramel and earth make this smoke a sublimely rich experience.
*Cigar Aficionado May 2019
An Idea is born!
TOP CIGARS OF 2018
#1 2018 CIGAR OF THE YEAR
E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic
The Encore’s rose-gold band may look familiar, as it’s the same one found on 2014’s La Historia, only in a different color. As the name suggests, this cigar is the “encore” performance to La Historia. Both bands have the image of Perez-Carrillo family members, including Ernesto’s daughter Lissette, who is heavily involved in the company.
The filler tobaccos deep inside are from Nicaragua’s three primary growing regions—Estelí, Condega and Jalapa—and all of it comes together in the Majestic, a robust of immaculately detailed flavor that ranges from oak and tea to caramel sweetness with tangy citrus pops of candied orange peel. It’s elegant, refined and nuanced from first puff to last, but is also the culmination of a long career in tobacco and the result of a man who was never afraid to follow his instincts.
#2 2018 CIGAR OF THE YEAR
My Father La Opulencia Toro
The My Father La Opulencia blend is a marriage of two opulent tobaccos with splendid provenance—Mexican and Nicaraguan. The wrapper is a dark Mexican San Andrés that the company calls Rosado Oscuro. There are two Nicaraguan binders underneath, one Corojo and one Criollo, both of which bolster the body of the cigar. And then there’s the filler, a combination of Cuban seed tobaccos grown by the Garcia family, owners and makers of the My Father brand. The Garcias have a number of farms in Nicaragua, and La Opulencia shows off the quality of the leaves grown on these tobacco plantations, known as El Pedrero, Las Lometas and La Bonita.
This isn’t the first time the Garcias have experimented with the Mexico-Nicaragua combination, but My Father La Opulencia is the most refined version of this blend, combining body, complexity and a stellar appearance. It’s neatly box pressed and adorned with a secondary band that reads “La Opulencia,” as this line is an offshoot of the core My Father series of cigars.
The tobaccos play off each other in interesting ways. The combustion is perfect, the draw offering earthy underpinnings of chocolate and cocoa with each puff, balanced by a mid-palate oakiness and sweeter, subtle top notes of anise and nougat. And this cigar evolves, getting stronger incrementally as the flavors gradually gain intensity. It’s another top effort from the Garcias, who have won Cigar of the Year two times.
#3 2018 CIGAR OF THE YEAR
The Wise Man Maduro Robusto
Remember the name Nick Melillo, for his star is rising among consumers and cigar fans. He used to be a behind-the-scenes guy at Drew Estate, but in 2015, he went off on his own to form Foundation Cigar Co. in his native Connecticut. He now has a growing portfolio of brands, none better than this dark and earthy smoke called The Wise Man Maduro. While there’s certainly no shortage of dark, box-pressed cigars loaded with Nicaraguan tobacco, we were particularly impressed with this one.
The Wise Man Maduro Robusto has all the qualities of a stand-out cigar: assertive without being aggressive, full-bodied without being too strong and interesting from first puff to last. It’s a flavorful blend that oscillates between the sweet and the savory. Cocoa and vanilla notes, for example, play off the tobacco’s meaty, beef-stock qualities, all integrated by an ever-present earthiness.
The cigar is a blend of Nicaraguan binder, Nicaraguan filler (both grown by Aganorsa, the company that makes the cigar for Melillo) and Mexican San Andrés wrapper.
If you look closely at the band, you’ll see the words “El Güegüense” printed in smaller letters. That’s because The Wise Man Maduro is an offshoot of the original El Güegüense, which loosely translates to “the wise man” and is named for a folkloric dance in Nicaragua. It’s a nice nod to the culture, but not a name that American smokers can necessarily relate to. For the Maduro version, Melillo put the English name up front, causing far less confusion in the humidor. Wise move.
OPUS X Perfecxion 888
The pinnacle of cigar making, the Arturo Fuente Opus X Perfecxion 888 is an ultra-premium Dominican puro that is the apple of many aficionado's eye. Featuring only the finest tobacco the Dominican Republic has to offer, this luxurious medium to full-bodied figurado is extremely rare, and best saved for special occasion.
The Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva
The Arturo Fuente Gran Reserva®
series is the flagship of the esteemed Arturo Fuente® brand. Representing four generations of family tradition, every Arturo Fuente® cigar carries the personal family touch that makes it one of the world’s finest. Only the highest quality vintage tobaccos and hand workmanship go into Arturo Fuente cigars, resulting in a blend of art and craftsmanship.
Nica Rustica is a medium to full strength cigar that is blended to showcase native Nicaraguan tobaccos from Esteli and Jalapa. Aficionados will enjoy this rustic smoke that is robust and deeply satisfying. Genuine Connecticut Broadleaf encases Nica Rustica and imparts a subtle natural tobacco sweetness and spice.
This is a medium to full bodied smoke – it is blended to be rustic – un-polished, un-refined, for hard core tobacco lovers.
Con Orgullo (with pride) is embedded deep within the people and the culture of Esteli, Nicaragua. Estelianos have embraced the image of “El Brujito” as a sign of pride and display it though-out their city in iron works, graffiti and sculpture. Carved into stone over 6,000 years ago by a flourishing Pre-Columbian civilization, “El Brujito” literally means “Witch Doctor” or to the locals “the Shaman”. Early Shamanic practices included the use of tobacco in ceremonial and medicinal rituals.
ROOM 101 FARCE MAGNUM
*Cigar Aficionado rating.
The Room 101 Farce Magnum cigar is a premium handmade gem from Matt Booth that features a handsome medium brown Ecuadorian Habano wrapper over a blend of aged filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Pennsylvania. From first light to nub, this dense medium to full body smoke displays complex notes of white pepper, sweet cocoa, and roasted cashews.
CHARTER OAK CT SHADE TORO
Rich woods and complex hers set the tone for this attractive cigar. Each puff leaves impressions of oaky vanilla, spearmint and caraway seeds along with floral notes and cashew nuttiness.
* Cigar Aficionado December 2018
FLOR DE LAS ANTILLAS BELICOSO
by MY FATHER CIGARS
*Cigar Aficionado: December 2018
Sophisticated and rich with a savory, leathery core that complements every sweet note of marzipan and white chocolate without losing its bold character. The finish is toasty and delicious.
Java cigars are a combined effort from two leaders in the industry.
Introduced in 2004, and released in the 1st quarter of 2005, Java cigars are an exceptionally unique handmade from two of today's hardest working cigar makers: Jonathan Drew of Drew Estate and Rocky Patel. Quite a one-two combo, to say the least, and boy does this cigar pack a punch, not in strength, but in flavor. Java is a subtly sweet Nicaraguan that features a dark, oily maduro wrapper stretched across an aged blend of Nicaraguan long-fillers. While aging, these cigars have been slowly infused with the delicious flavor of gourmet mocha, morphing a traditional Nicaraguan cigar into an incredibly rich cigar that burns smooth from start to finish, leaving an extremely pleasant aroma in its wake.
What's this 'Latte' all about, you ask? The Java Latte employs a silky-smooth Connecticut Ecuador wrapper rather than the standard Connecticut Broadleaf. The result is a mellow and creamy sensation with all that Java awesomeness you've come to love.
LIGA PRIVADA PAPAS FRITAS
The Papas Fritas is part of Drew Estate’s Liga Privada Unico Serie, which features unique blends within the Liga Privada brand family. The Papas Fritas utilizes a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, Brazilian Mata Fina binder, and Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos. The small 4.5” x 44 cigar sports Drew Estate’s signature fantail and is the perfect choice for cigar smokers who are looking for a short escape.
Alec Bradley Prensado Lost Art
This cigar features a blend of Honduran and Nicaraguan tobaccos finished with a gorgeous, dark, and oily Honduran Corojo wrapper. Like its wildly popular cousin, Lost Art boasts immaculate construction, a slow burn, and an effortless draw that your customers will savor. Medium to full body in strength, these decadent luxury smokes are brimming with oak, espresso, buttery leather, and dark tobacco flavors highlighted with a creamy finish and a sweet, musky room note. Prensado Lost Art is yet another top-notch Alec Bradley creation that is destined for greatness.
Cohiba Nicaragua is the brand’s first cigar to be blended and handcrafted in Nicaragua. A luxurious expression of the flavor and complexity of Nicaraguan tobacco, Cohiba Nicaragua is made with the finest hand-selected leaves from Estelí and Jalapa, and crowned with a lustrous Colorado oscuro wrapper. Cohiba Nicaragua ushers in an entirely new dimension of taste to the Cohiba portfolio.
Due to contractual requirements OPUS X are not included in the cigar sale. OPUS X cigars are only available at our Valley Tobacco location. Thank you!
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Inspired by hot rods and pin-up girls, CAO Flathead is a box pressed collection that hits on all cylinders. Hand-shaped to deliver a striking flat top, the cigar features a brawny Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and a blend that’s heavy on Nicaraguan leaf. Its frontmarks are named for engine parts, but the tribute to muscle cars doesn’t end there. Flathead gives a nod to the muscle car engine, with a lid that’s easily removed and used as wall art. There’s also a collectible, pin-up girl flysheet that’s enclosed in the box.
PERLA DEL MAR
Perla del Mar features special, hand-selected, aged binder and long filler tobaccos from four distinct regions in the lush mountains of Nicaragua: Pueblo Nuevo, La Reina, Condega, and Jalapa. This unique blend is combined with a smooth, creamy Ecuadorian Shade or hardy Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper to provide a complex, but balanced, taste. Lastly, Perla del Mar cigars are box pressed to help the natural flavors of its unique tobaccos to marry together and deliver an extremely satisfying smoke.
PERLA DEL MAR MADURO
Using the same unique blend as Perla del Mar Classic, wrapped in a genuine Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, Perla del Mar Maduro offers a robust, dark chocolate twist on the creamy and smooth original.
TRADER JACK'S CIGARS
Trader Jack’s Cigars offer the same quality construction and flavor as all Tampa-made cigars but with a Caribbean twist. Each cigar is spiked with a little aromatic island spice before it’s packed away. The final touch adds a unique taste to the cigar that has the ability to transport anyone to a Caribbean state of mind.
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QUORUM BUNDLE CIGARS
In just a few short years, Quorum Nicaraguan Handmades have become the No. 1 selling imported handmade bundle cigar in the world. The Newman’s dedication to quality has been materialized in these smooth, medium-bodied cigars available at a price accessible to even the most discriminating of wallets.
Quorum cigars are handmade in Nicaragua, a country known for rich soil producing some of the world’s
heartiest, full-bodied tobacco. Available in three varieties, Classic, Shade and Maduro. These cigars contain binders and wrappers that make each blend unique.
Quorum bundles are keystone plus profit and proven sellers, meaning more money for your pocket at the end of the day. Truly an international brand, Quorum cigars are recognized worldwide for their handmade quality at a machine made price.
FACTORY THROWOUTS BUNDLE CIGARS
Factory Throwouts are a true, unchanged American classic. Every cigar is made in the original Cigar City – Tampa, FL – on the same machines that were used in the iconic boom eras of the 1930’s and 40’s. A high value line, these cigars are proven sellers.
All Factory Throwouts are priced to sell thanks to the slightly discolored tobacco from expensive Ecuadorian sungrown imports, bought at a cheaper rate by J.C. Newman, and passed onto the consumer. Cellophane packaging eliminates the cost of boxes and labels, providing even more savings. Further raising their
value, Factory Throwouts can be sold by the bundle or as singles; allowing you to reach the most discriminating of wallets.
With a smooth Ecuador Sungrown wrapper filled with 100% pure Dominican tobaccos, Factory Throwouts come in 3 sizes; No. 49, No. 59 and No. 99. No. 59’s are available in original sungrown, sweet or claro for that extra hint of taste. A size for the record books, the No. 99 is the LARGEST machine made cigar in the U.S. at a whopping 7 1/4” x 52. To celebrate the birth of a baby boy or girl, we have developed special “It’s a Boy/Girl” bundles that feature pink or blue graphic cellophane.
Cigar Size Information
Is the size of a cigar important to the taste and aroma?
Yes, the same cigar blends in different sizes will taste different if there’s a big difference in ring size and length. This is because a big ring gauge, say 50 or 52, produces an immense volume of smoke compared to a 28, 36 or even a 42 ring. Larger ring gauges allow for more filler tobacco which gives a cigar more complexity and allows the cigar to burn slower and cooler. Naturally, this strongly influences taste and aroma. To fairly compare two different blends, you should taste test cigars of the same size.
To a lesser extent, length also influences taste. Besides, if you start with a 7 inch cigar when you’re used to one 5 1/2 inches long, it’ll become 5 1/2 inches long soon anyway – although, believe it or not, the 7 inch cigar at 5 1/2 inches will taste a little different than the one that starts at 5 1/2 inches.
If a manufacturer excels at making a great cigar 42 ring x 6 1/2 inches, it does not necessarily follow that the same brand in other sizes will be as good or as consistent. You’ll have to try a box of each. If you’re not accustomed to smoking a certain size that you might be curious about, maybe you should enlist the cooperation of a friend who smokes that size regularly.
Buying Your First Cigar
With so many choices and a whole new vocabulary, you might not even know where to start. If that sounds like you, try following this brief guide to buying cigars for beginners.
It won't teach you everything, but hopefully it will make your first foray into cigar buying a success.
1. Stick to Valley Tobacco
Buying from a Valley Tobacco has many advantages. You'll have a large selection of quality cigars to choose from. Plus, you can count on the fact that those cigars have been well cared for.
What's more, you'll have excellent guidance. The knowledgeable staff can help you pick out the right cigar and share some cigar tips for beginners. If you really want to learn about cigars, at Valley Tobacco is the perfect classroom.
2. Purchase a few at a time.
When you're just starting with cigars, you won't know what you like, and your preferences will change quickly. That's why it's smart to only buy a few at a time. you'll be able to experiment with a bunch of different cigars, and even more importantly, you won't be stuck with a lot of cigars that you don't enjoy.
3. Start on the mild side.
For a newcomer, full-bodied smokes can be overwhelming and potentially even unpleasant. So one of the most common cigar tips for beginners is to choose mild cigars. They'll ease you into cigar smoking and ensure that you're not turned off at the very beginning.
4. Don't break the bank
As a Valley Tobacco buying tip, you usually get what you pay for. But as a newcomer, there's no need to spend a fortune. You can get a quality cigar for under $10, and at your level, you don't need to light up anything too fancy. Stick to moderately priced cigars at first, and once your palate develops, then you can treat yourself to that extravagant smoke.
Cigar and Beer Matching
It's a good time to be a beer drinker.
And with a growing interest in craft beer has come a growing interest in cigar and beer pairings.
How to choose a cigar that matches your favorite beer is like all things concerning flavor: subjective. Some might swear by one pairing. Others might not fancy it at all. it's about experimenting with different combinations of flavors and finding ones that suit your taste. And that's part of the fun of it.
However, when it comes to cigar and beer pairings, there is one rule that you hear again and again: try to match the type of cigar with the type of beer. That means milder cigars with lighter beers and full-bodied smokes with heavier beers. This helps avoid one half of the pairing overwhelming the other.
You can also try to create cigar and beer pairings around common flavors. For example, a stout with hints of chocolate and espresso could meet its match in a cigar with similar flavors.
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