The Cigar Nut’s Countdown 2014: Number 5

Today we enter into the top 5!  The list narrows and we are getting closer to revealing the top cigars (in our opinion) of 2014!


Recap of what we have so far:


#11 Dunhill 1907

#10 Studio Tobac Reckoning

#9 Tatuaje CiGWAR

#8 Espinosa/Cigar Dojo Sarsaparilla

#7 Viaje Full Moon

#6 Room 101 Masters Collection Papi Chulo


#11 Matilde Recanar

#10 E.P. Carrillo 5th Anniversary

# 9 Maya Selva Flor de Selva

#8 Nomad Connecticut Fuerte

#7 Espinosa Cigars Laranja

#6 Ohana Cigars First Generation


#11 Casa Fernandez Aganrosa Leaf Maduro Ilustre

#10 Crowned Heads Jericho Hill

#9 Alec Bradley Fine & Rare Ta-25A

#8 Las Cumbres Senorial

#7 Crowned Heads Mason Dixon (South)

#6 Herrera Esteli Edicion Limitada Lancero

And here are the picks for number 5:

David’s Number 5:  Gunslinger Perdition: Not often does a cigar come along that not only hits you with a great flavor profile but also has a marketing and story behind it that just seems to ‘fit’. In walks the Gunfighter Perdition, a spicey, chocolate, caramel earthiness that instantly pulls your attention to one of the more dynamic and enjoayable cigars of 2014.  Click here for the full review!

Brandon’s Number 5: Black Label Trading Company Morphine:  The Morphine by BLTC is everything a fuller bodied cigar should be.  This cigar showcases strong notes of cocoa, coffee, and cedar that are well balanced and create a complex smoking experience.  Click here for the full review!

Maxwell’s Number 5: Tatuaje  Jekyll (Monsters Series): The Tatuaje Jekyll is my favorite Tatuaje Monster release since the Face. I am a huge fan of Tatuaje’s use of the Ecuadorian Sancti Spíritus tobacco, which is a Criollo/Pelo de Oro hybrid and really brought this cigar together well. There is a lot I can say about the Jekyll, but because David told me to keep it short, all I will say is that it was just a damn good cigar.

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