Top 10 Nicaragua Cigars

Top 10 Nicaragua Cigars

A go-to region for strong tobaccos due to it’s dark and nutrient-rich volcanic soil, Nicaragua is home to some of the most diverse cigar blends in the world. Check out our offering of the best Nicaragua cigars that the market has to offer!

Cohiba Nicaragua

Cohiba Nicaragua

Cohiba is usually associated with Cuba and the DR; this Cohiba Nicaragua version joins a blend of aged tobaccos with an oily Honduran sun grown Oscuro to make a Cohiba that smokes bold and full, but still surprises with a touch of sweetness.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Full

Wrapper

Corojo

Color

Natural

Acid

Acid

Among the world's most popular Nicaraguan cigars. ACID cigars treat long filler tobaccos to various infusions made up of over 140 herbs, botanicals and essential oils; while each ACID has a unique aroma and flavor, it all starts with a flavorful Nicaraguan backbone.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Mellow

Wrapper

Sumatra

Color

Natural

Perdomo Champagne

Perdomo Champagne

Perdomo Champagne cigars were made to celebrate the company's 10th anniversary; more than a decade later, Champagne is still a humidor staple for experience cigar smokers who enjoy a complex mix of flavors. Beginners will enjoy the smooth, creamy smoke.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Medium

Wrapper

Connecticut Shade

Color

Natural

Rocky Patel Nicaraguan

Rocky Patel Nicaraguan

Wrapped in a spicy, Nicaraguan-grown Habano leaf, Rocky Patel Nicaraguan cigars offer fat flavor on a skinny budget. Bigger sizes mean more tobacco and flavor for the money; more smoking time, too.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Full

Wrapper

Habano

Color

Natural

Padron

Padron

The aficionado's favorite, and one of the brands that put Nicaraguan cigars on the map. Padron cigars are blended with Cuban seed tobaccos aged no less than 2 1/2 years, smoking with the "classic" Nicaraguan profile: earth, spice, coffee and cocoa.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Full

Wrapper

Habano

Color

Maduro

Oliva Serie G

Oliva Serie G

A well-aged Cameroon wrapper is the highlight of Oliva Serie G, coupled with a medium-bodied blend of Nicaraguan Habano tobaccos that were carefully selected to complement the rich flavor and aroma imparted by the genuine, Africa-grown wrapper.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Medium

Wrapper

Cameroon

Color

Natural

Brickhouse

Brickhouse

Brick House cigars are award-winning puros that offer that typical Nicaraguan profile, but hit the taste buds with a bit less intensity than some of the tobaccos used in these blends. A lush Habano wrapper helps to bring out a creamier sensation in the smoke.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Medium

Wrapper

Varies

Color

Varies

Joya De Nicaragua Antano 1970

Joya De Nicaragua Antano 1970

A must-add to any full-bodied cigar lover's list: Joya de Nicaragua Antano 1970 cigars are a reincarnation of the full-bodied, full-flavored blend from the 1970s that made Joya a force among Nicaraguan cigar makers. A bold but balanced smoke that smokes thick, dark and juicy.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Full

Wrapper

Criollo

Color

Dark Natural

Cao Gold

Cao Gold

Not everything is a powerhouse: CAO Gold cigars showcase the more mellow side of Nicaraguan tobacco, smoking with toasty-nutty flavors and sweet aroma. A silky Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper makes CAO Gold a great intro cigar.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Mellow

Wrapper

Connecticut Shade

Color

Natural

Liga Undercrown

Liga Undercrown

A private blend created by Drew Estate's cigar rollers for their own personal enjoyment. Liga Undercrown smokes lush and smooth via a 3-nation mix capped by Mexican Maduro cultivated specifically to add sweetness; an excellent intro to the Liga line.

Country

Nicaragua

Strength

Medium

Wrapper

San Andres

Color

Maduro