When it comes to the world of cigars, there are a variety of factors that can affect how they are rated. Some of the factors include taste, the smell of the smoke, how long they last, and their appearance and price.
Below are the top 3 Cigars of 2010 that were rated on many of the factors listed above:
- Padron Family Reserve #44 Maduro – This is one of the rarest cigars still in production, and there are many reasons for the rarity. First and foremost, each cigar is hand-stuffed and rolled, meaning they never get put through automated machines that could tamper with the quality of the cigar. Second, they have a variety of different flavors and herbs inside, such as wood, leather and cocoa. You will be chewing on this cigar for hours after the smoke is done rolling because of its creamy finish and great taste.
- La Aroma de Cuba Mi Amor Magnifico – This cigar is highly rated because of its wonderful blend of aromas and spices in combination with the ornate looking box that the cigars arrive in. When smoking or chewing on this cigar, you may notice the sweet scents of raisins, molasses, spices, cedar and mocha. This is one of the most well balanced cigars that can be enjoyed by just about anyone.
- Epernay Le Matin – This cigar features a Rosado wrapper, with a lighter smoky flavor that can be enjoyed by the occasional smoker. This has a caramel sweetness that is often highlighted by the fruit and other floral flavors that you will pick up when smoking or chewing on this cigar. This cigar has origins in Cuba and also takes some flavors and spices from the Miami area to create one of the highest rated cigars in the country.