Today we enter into the top 5! Â 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
#11Â Casa Fernandez Aganrosa Leaf Maduro Ilustre
#10 Crowned Heads Jericho Hill
#9Â 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: Â GunslingerÂ Perdition: Not often does a cigar come along that not only hits you with a great flavorÂ profile but also has a marketing and story behind it that just seems to ‘fit’. In walks the GunfighterÂ Perdition, a spicey, chocolate, caramel earthiness that instantly pulls your attention to one of the moreÂ dynamic and enjoayable cigars of 2014. Â Click here for the full review!
Brandon’s Number 5: Black Label Trading Company Morphine: Â The Morphine by BLTC is everything a fuller bodiedÂ cigar should be. Â This cigar showcases strong notes of cocoa, coffee, and cedar that are well balanced and create a complex smoking experience. Â Click here for the full review!
Maxwell’s Number 5: Tatuaje Â Jekyll (Monsters Series):Â The Tatuaje Jekyll is my favorite Tatuaje Monster release since the Face. I am a huge fan of Tatuajeâ€™s use of the Ecuadorian Sancti SpÃritus 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.