Our countdown of the top 11 cigars of 2014 continues, today we reveal The Nut’s number 9 cigar of the year! Â Please note that a full review may not have been published yet for every cigar, but they are coming soon!
Recap of what we have so far:
#11 Dunhill 1907
#10 Studio Tobac Reckoning
#9 Tatuaje CiGWAR
#11 Matilde Recanar
#10 E.P. Carrillo 5th Anniversary
# 9 Maya Selva Flor de Selva
#11Â Casa Fernandez Aganrosa Leaf Maduro Ilustre
#10 Crowned Heads Jericho Hill
#9Â Alec Bradley Fine & Rare Ta-25A
And here are the picks for number 8:
David’s Number 8: Espinosa/Cigar DojoÂ Sarsaparilla – I am personally a big fan of Erik Espinosa and when I heard he was part of the latest Cigar Dojo project, I had to try it. While initially being cautious becuase of the “unique” flavorÂ profile being described, I have to admit that it truly is a unique cigar – in the good way. HighlyÂ recommended with great anticipation for letting them age. Â Click here for the full review.
Brandon’s Number 8: Nomad Connecticut Fuerte-Â Fred Rewey of Nomad Cigars set out to make a Connecticut wrapped cigar that actually had some flavor…and he did! Â This cigar has notes of nuts, fruit, with some creaminess and spice all to make a well balanced and flavorful cigar! Â Click here for the full review.
Maxwell’s Number 8: Las Cumbres Senorial-Â Jose Blanco, one of my favorite names in the industry, has finally come out with the long anticipated Senoral and it was everything anyone could expect from him and more. When smoking the Senoral, it is abundantly clear that this is a cigar made by someone who truly knows what they are doing and is passionate about it.