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Top New Cigars (November 14, 2022)

Happy (almost) Thanksgiving—See Three New Cigars Worth Smoking for Dessert!

With Turkey Day around the corner, we’re thankful for new cigars in our humidor. And…you can still get in time to enjoy after the fabled feast! We trust you’ll be ‘stuffed stupid’ and ready to gobble up an epic smoke as your fifth dessert!

In this Thanksgiving edition of TNC, we have a trio of fresh releases from Rojas, Macanudo, and Oscar Valladares. Which one will you be lighting up after your full dose of tryptophan? Let us know in the comments below!

Rojas Los Tejanos

Wrapper: Mexican San Andres Maduro
Binder: Nicaragua Corojo
Filler: Nicaragua

If you love Rojas Street Tacos as much as we do, your taste buds are in for a treat with Rojas Los Tejanos. These Lanceros are made in Rojas’ factory—right in the good ol’ US of A. Additionally, the blend is a collaboration with Edgar Hoill of OSOK (One Shot, One Kill) fame. We found flavors of nuts, dark chocolate, both black & red peppers, and full-bodied spices—all from a thick curtain of aromatic smoke. Skip the pumpkin pie and go straight to this dessert stick. You’ll thank me later!

M by Macanudo Flavors Vanilla & Rum

Wrapper: Indonesia
Binder: Nicaragua
Filler: Nicaragua

Macanudo’s infused M series just got a whole lot tastier! In addition to their existing M (Coffee) and M Bourbon lines, M by Macanudo Flavors has entered the ring with two popular blends. They start off with a creamy, sweet Vanilla that tastes like smoking ice cream. If you want something a little more kick, M Flavors Rum has a spicy, yet fruity quality to its smoke. A Mint flavor is on the way soon, that we’ve heard is like puffin’ on an Andes mint! No matter which M by Macanudo Flavor you choose, your palate’s in for a sweet treat!

Super Fly Connecticut by Oscar Valladares

Wrapper: Honduras Connecticut Shade
Binder: Honduras
Filler: Dominican Republic, Honduras, & Nicaragua

The follow-up to Oscar Valladares cult hit, Super Fly…is here! And it’s a Connecticut. The blend is a mellower medium-bodied when compared to the bolder Mexican San Andres-wrapped original. In the flavor department, it smokes with notes of cedar, black pepper, leather, earth, and a tinge of vanilla bean. Maybe not the best for a post-Thanksgiving meal, but certainly will help take the edge off in the morning before the hell begins!

Is there a new cigar you thought was worth mentioning? Tell us about it in the comments and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!