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Premium Cigars

 
Our expansive walk-in humidor ages an array of hand-rolled premium cigars, and our knowledgeable staff is happy to assist you in finding just the right one. Planning a wedding or walking the dog? — There’s a cigar for every mood and palette in Jerri’s Cigar Humidor.
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Aging Room

Aging Room has established itself as one of the most exciting, craft oriented cigar brands in the market, achieving many accolades. It is the highest rated boutique cigar brand in the world, consistently earning some of the highest ratings by Cigar Aficionado since the brand debut in 2011. 

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Aladino

Aladino is as an “old school” Honduran cigar. The wrapper, binder and filler leaves create this “puro” Honduran that will take the seasoned cigar smoker back. Aladino uses the famous Cuban Corojo seed that is no longer used in Cuba. This prized seed is controlled by one man, Julio Eiroa and this particular liga uses 100% Corojo in all sizes.

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Arturo Fuente

Arturo Fuente cigars are consistently rated among the best cigars in the world. Their reputation for unsurpassed quality, with both flavor and construction, has amassed a loyal following among cigar connoisseurs.

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Alec Bradley

Alec Bradley cigars are created by brand founder, Alan Rubin, and run the gamut in terms of strength and flavor with a focus on medium to full-bodied profiles from Honduras. Having amassed a nice array of 90+rated cigars over the years, Alec Bradley is known for smooth and earthy flavors with crisp spices and consistent construction. Make a palatable addition to your humidor with a selection from Alec Bradley cigars.

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Asylum 13

Escape the everyday and the ordinary with the Asylum 13 cigar. As a whole, Asylum cigars are known for chunky sizes and big, bold tastes, and this stout stick can certainly hold its own against any other Nicaraguan Puro out there in both deliciousness and strength.

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Avanti

Avanti machine-made cigars are Italian-styled cheroots manufactured in Scranton, Pennsylvania. These smokes come in flavors including bourbon, anisette, vanilla, and more. They feature quality wrappers like Jalapa, Maduro, and Natural. Choose a mellow to medium-full strength in small cigars and boxes.

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Baccarat

Handmade Nicaraguan cigar and packaged in an affordable bundle, Alcazar cigars continue to please the palate of cigar-lovers across the country.

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Casa Magna

A Nicaraguan Puro with a Cuban Seed, Shade grown Wrapper from Jalapa,  Nicaragua.A smooth full flavored smoke that offers the smoker rich coffee notes balanced by a cedary sweetness and a hint of raisins.

Charter Oak

Foundation Charter Oak is a line of premium cigars that is rich in both flavor and history. The Charter Oak is Nick Melillo’s love letter to his home state of Connecticut. The Oak tree on the band is a Connecticut landmark, where Connecticut colonists hid their royal charter so it would not fall into the hands of the British.

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CLE Cigars
 

From the well-made Corojo full of earthy coffee flavors with a sweet vanilla finish, to the stronger Prieto offering a well-balanced draw and burn that mellows out into a sweet nutty finish no matter which CLE cigar you light up, you recognize the pride poured into every intricate part of each CLE premium.

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Cohiba

Some prefer the finer things. Others demand the finest. Experience Cohiba, the finest luxury cigars in the world.

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Cojimar Cigars

Cojimar Cigars are a reasonably priced flavor-infused line of premium handmade smokes that feature a wide variety of flavors and blends to please any sweet tooth. 

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Cuevas Cigars

Following in his father’s footsteps, his son, Juan Jr. continued with the family business, successfully expanding it until events which took place in 1959 forced a dramatic change. Years later, in the Cibao Valley of the Dominican Republic, Luis Cuevas Sr., Juan’s Jr.’s son, carried on the family tradition of handcrafting fine cigars in the family’s cigar factory, Tabacalera Las Lavas. Today, Luis Sr. is joined by his son, Luis Jr. in the manufacture and sale of premium, long filler cigars at their factory, Tabacalera Las Lavas, in Santiago, Dominican Republic.

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Cubita By Quesada Cigars

From tobacco royalty, the Quesada family, Cubita cigars are crafted using Habano-seed long filler tobaccos from Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. Well-balanced and rich with earthy and spicy flavor, Cubita cigars are alleged by many to closely mimic the Cuban cigars of yore.

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Davidoff of Geneva

 

In their single-minded pursuit to create only the very best cigars, Davidoff believes in the importance of time. Taking precious time to craft an exceptional cigar, and equally taking the time to enjoy that cigar, lies at the very heart of Davidoff’s philosophy.

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Diamond Crown

Handmade in the Dominican Republic by the world-renowned Tabacalera A. Fuente y Cia, Diamond Crown cigars are rolled by the very best Master Rollers and undergo rigid quality standards before public release.

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Deadwood Cigars

 

Deadwood Cigars were originally released by the Deadwood Tobacco Company in the legendary town of Deadwood South Dakota . Owner Vaughn Boyd teamed up with Drew Estate to create a line of premium cigars specifically for the locals that frequented his famous Deadwood Tobacco Co. Cigar Bar and smoking lounge.

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Drew Estate

Drew Estate – The Rebirth of Cigars. The Drew Estate story is one of trials and tribulations, failures and successes, but most of all, a drive to innovate and reinvent. DE was started in 1998 with two frat brothers selling cigars in the World Trade Center in New York – these men were Jonathan Drew and Marvin Samel. In two years, these men had started ACID cigars, and were already on the way to owning their own factory. 

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Drew Estate - Acid Cigars

The ACID smoking experience is like no other. Each blend holds new explorations in tobacco curing and blending that are the closest guarded secrets in the industry.

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Drew Estate - Deadwood Cigars

The names are crazy, the packaging is bizarre, the sizes are … well, less-than-traditional, but if you know Drew Estate you’re already well aware that these are on the must-try list.

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Drew Estate - Liga Privada

The wrapper alone will make your mouth water...a jet-black Oscuro leaf that's toothy, oily, and a marvel to look at. Underneath, aged long-fillers from seven different farms unite, creating a bold and complex bouquet.

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Drew Estate - Kentucky Fire Cured (KFC)

The biggest difference with Kentucky Fire-Cured is the inclusion of – you guessed it! – American fire-cured tobacco leaves from Kentucky and Virginia. While normally tobacco is air-cured, these special leaves are left to hang in specially-constructed curing barns, a process that dates back more than 200 years and that imbues each leaf with a rich, smoky, slightly sweet flavor that boasts exceptional balance and uniqueness.

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Drew Estate - Undercrown Cigars

Created by the rollers of the Drew Estate factory, Undercrown uses tobaccos similar to the Liga Privada #9 but that are more readily available. 

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Drunk Chicken

Established in 2019, Drunk Chicken Cigars are handmade in the U.S.A. to create premium flavor profiles.  Every combination of tobacco leaf, including the filler, binder, and wrapper, was chosen to produce an assortment of smooth, rich, and savory cigars with a variety of customers in mind.

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El Baton

El Baton is one of J.C. Newman’s vintage brands made by our founder, J.C. Newman, back in 1914. This nickel cigar was originally hand rolled in a Cleveland, Ohio factory with Cuban tobacco. Although it was popular for many years, the onset of machine-made cigars caused El Baton to disappear from the marketplace in the 1920s.

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El Rey Del Mundo

From the creators of Punch and Hoyo de Monterey, comes the El Rey del Mundo Cigars, one our oldest and most popular Cuban heritage brands. First launched in the late 1980’s, the original El Rey del Mundo cigars are handmade in Honduras with aged Honduran binder and long fillers covered by your choice of an EMS Ecuador Sumatra wrapper, or a darker, oilier, Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro varietal. These handmade premium gems immediately took the industry by storm with its bold earthy, nutty, and rich Cuban-style flavors.

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Eiroa Cigars

 

Eiroa Cigars are the first line of cigars released by Christian Eiroa's new company, Tabacalera Unidas Group. The Eiroa Cigars were released at the 2013 annual IPCPR trade show and feature a medium to full-bodied smoke. Made in Danli, Honduras, the Eiroa has bold flavors that include spice, almonds, and leather.

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Fonseca

The non-Cuban version of this popular brand is produced by My Father Cigars at its factory in Estelí, Nicaragua. Originally crafted by the Quesada family for 45 years, the Garcia family took over the brand in December 2019 and subsequently released its Corojo '99-wrapped rework less than a year later. 

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Foundation Cigars

Melillo began his career in the cigar industry at the age of 18, working in a cigar shop, the Calabash Shoppee, in his home state of Connecticut. He went on to work for a well-known cigar company, Drew Estate,  Where He Developed Some of Their Most Popular Blends. In 2015, he started Foundation Cigar Company to create unique and flavorful cigars that would appeal to novice and experienced smokers.

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Fratello

From inception, Fratello Cigars has earned 90+ ratings in all major US publications and has been featured in over 30 publications including The Washington Post, Tobacconist Magazine, Cigar Aficionado and CigarSnob.

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Gispert

Gispert produces handmade cigars from Honduran and Nicaraguan long-filler tobaccos. Additionally, each one elegantly features a Honduran binder and zesty Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper. A Gispert is a mellow to medium bodied cigar and tastes of a savory smooth and creamy, cedar-like finish.

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Gran Habano

The legacy of making cigars at Gran Habano continues to be a family affair. Established in Miami, Florida, Guillermo and George Rico strive for quality in every leaf and cigar in production. Honesty and passion are what compel us to make great cigars, married with a sense of originality being the signature of our company.

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Gurkha Cigars

 

Steeped in legend and history, the Gurkha Cigar created more than a century ago, was reborn in 1992. The company has continuously rolled out meticulously handcrafted cigars, epitomizing all that is luxury.

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Hoyo De Monterrey

Hoyo de Monterrey is loved because of its famously rich, strong, and creamy taste. Handmade in the Villazon factory of Honduras, Hoyos consist of a complex blend of Nicaraguan, Honduran, and Cuban seed Dominican filler and Connecticut binder.

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H. Upman

If you have ever enjoyed a premium cigar, there's a good chance you've enjoyed a cigar crafted by Altadis U.S.A. Responsible for many of the world's most renowned brands including Montecristo, Romeo y Julieta, H. Upmann, and Trinidad, Altadis U.S.A. has been crafting great cigars since 1918.

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La Aurora

 

Popular for over 100 years, La Aurora cigars was the first cigar crafted in the Dominican Republic. Today, this landmark operation, producers of some of the finest smokes on the planet offers several wonderful mild to fuller bodied blends that have joined ranks with their classic Connecticut wrapped cigar. 

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La Galera

 

La Galera Cigars harvests its tobacco from the best and more fertile lands of the Dominican Republic - Santiago. The Tabacalera Palma produces the highest quality tobacco in Santiago. The Tabacalera Palma's artisans describe tobacco cultivation as a craft that requires physical, emotional, and moral investment

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La Aroma De Cuba

The original La Aroma de Cuba blend is drawn from a premium aged recipe of select Nicaraguan binder and filler tobaccos patiently assembled beneath a shimmering Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. The ultra-popular blend has scored numerous top ratings in a variety of classic shapes.

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La Gloria Cubana

 

With generations of experience and knowledge that’s been passed down from father-to-son and mother-to-daughter, our craftsmen and women live, eat, and breathe cigars, because it’s their greatest passion.

And when passion is combined with creativity, you’ll find excellence. That’s exactly what every La Gloria Cubana cigar is about.

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Macanudo

 

An undying commitment to high quality and a promise to offer the most unique tobacco blends has made the Macanudo Cigars brand the best-selling cigars in the United States. Produced by the General Cigar Company in the Dominican Republic, these handmade cigars are well known for their soft flavors and scintillating aromas. A combination of fine tobaccos from around the world finished with finely made natural wrappers make these cigars stand out from the rest. 

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Mexican Segundo

 

The secret of this smooth tasting, flavorful, yet mild cigar is the outside wrapper leaf grown in the world-renowned San Andres region of Mexico. Into these tobacco leaves are rolled a specially selected blend of aged filler tobacco from Santo Domingo and Nicaragua. The result is pleasurable smoking experience at an exceptional price.

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Montecristo

 

Montecristo cigars have a pretty rich reputation: Cuban heritage, luxurious and refined, one of the architects of the “Dominican cigar” definition. And while they cornered the market early on easy-smoking luxury cigars, Montecristo has come a long way from its mellow beginnings.

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Nub Cigars

 

Montecristo cigars have a pretty rich reputation: Cuban heritage, luxurious and refined, one of the architects of the “Dominican cigar” definition. And while they cornered the market early on easy-smoking luxury cigars, Montecristo has come a long way from its mellow beginnings.

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Oliva

Using the same time tested methods of curing, blending, and rolling that built an empire, the Oliva cigar lineup has garnered tons of top- ratings from industry experts and consumers alike.

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Oscar Valladares

Founded just over a decade ago, Oscar Valladares Cigars have earned a spot in humidors across the country, including my own, for its top-rated portfolio of rich and diverse blends. Though the brand started in 2012, founders Oscar Valladares, his brother Hector, and Bayron Duarte have a wealth of tobacco knowledge that stretches back at least twice as far.

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Padrón

 

The Padron family began making premium cigars in Miami in 1964. Today Padron Cigars are made in their state-of-the-art factory in Nicaragua and have become one of the most popular brands outside of Cuba. These exquisite cigars are blended from carefully aged tobaccos to produce cigars that are considered by many well-informed smokers to be the finest in the world.

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Partagás

Partagas cigars are handmade in the Dominican Republic, and although they are in a new factory, this brand never forgot its Cuban roots.

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Perdomo

 

Montecristo cigars have a pretty rich reputation: Cuban heritage, luxurious and refined, one of the architects of the “Dominican cigar” definition. And while they cornered the market early on easy-smoking luxury cigars, Montecristo has come a long way from its mellow beginnings.

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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.

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Punch

Punch cigars have a long and storied past that dates to Havana Cuba in the mid-1800s. Produced by General Cigar Co., the non-Cuban version of Punch was one of the first brands to be manufactured in Honduras and it remains one of the bestselling premium cigar brands in the United States. 

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Quorum Cigars

From the folks at J.C. Newman, these medium-bodied handmades are high quality with a low-budget price. The all-Nicaraguan blend issues a satisfying profile with ample amounts of flavor and body that doesn't come close to breaking the bank.

Remington Cigars
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Remington Little Cigars are sure to provide the best bang for any person that enjoys smoking little cigars. Though they are considered a value brand, these little cigars are not lacking on quality with their mild and smooth flavor.  Not only are these value brand little cigars reasonably priced, they also come in many great flavors: mild, cherry, chocolate, full flavor, grape, menthol, peach, rum, strawberry, and vanilla.

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Rocky Patel

 

Rocky Patel Cigars are a premium boutique cigar company that has a manufacturing facility in Nicaragua. Since the mid 1990's, Rocky Patel Cigars has had an unwavering dedication to bring exceptional long-leaf filler cigars to the world, and they have done just that.

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Romeo Y Julieta

Spark your own love affair with Romeo y Julieta Cigars. Established in 1875, this ever growing brand truly flourished throughout the 20th century.

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San Cristobal

Skillfully handmade by Jose 'Don Pepin' Garcia, a Cuban expatriate who is quickly becoming the biggest star in the industry, San Cristobal is a luxurious cigar built for the achieved palate.

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Schizo

Schizo is the aptly named mixed filler brand extension of the popular Asylum line of cigars. Available in both a maduro version with a rich black Mexican San Andres’ wrapper and Honduran filler and a tasty Nicaraguan puro, you will probably start arguing with yourself about whether or not it’s a long filler or short filler cigar.

Ted's Cigars
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Ted Jackson, the Ted in Ted’s in a Tube Cigars, produces eleven or so brands of cigars encased in clear glass tubes with such names as Grande Marnier, Hopz Craft Beer, Rhum Aged Rum, Dumante, Forty Creek and Samuel Adams Utopias. His company sources tobacco from the Dominican Republic, Nicargua and Brazil; the infusion and packaging happen in Louisville, KY, making them truly international cigars.

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Toscano

Toscano cigars are one of the world's most popular cigar brands with a history that has endured for over 200 years. With the growth of tobacco production flourishing in Europe during the 19th century, Florence, Italy became one of its epicenters. With its unique flavor and rich aroma, the Toscano cigar became an instant success with the Italian people. Its popularity prompted all the other Florentine tobacco makers to start producing cigars with fermented tobacco.

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