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TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE CIGARS
Have you ever wondered how much those precious cigars that celebrities and characters from movies often smoke cost?
All those who are smokers, know that it is a very expensive hobby, if one may say so. When you first step into the cigar store, you'll see some cigars that cost two dollars, in addition to those that cost around 40 and which are hand wrapped. They are divided into several assortments: good, great, and premium, while each group has its own specific prices, as well as taste and aroma. We present you the list of top 10 most expensive cigars, from the great to the premium edition.
10. The Stradivarius Churchill $ 34
This cigar is available in three different sizes, but the most expensive of them will cost you $ 34 a piece. What makes this cigar so exceptional is the unique blend of Mexican, Dominican and Nicaraguan tobacco, which is rolled up into habano lst. This cigar has received a tenth place on our list, but it certainly does not mean it is not good quality.
9. The Cohiba Esplendido $ 35
Cohiba brand is unique, and is known around the world, was founded in the sixties in Havana, Cuba. Their production is popular today as it was after their appearance. Box of Cohiba Esplendido cigars will cost you about $ 750, or about $ 35 per cigar. Even with these prices, these cigars have a robust flavor that many fans rank among the top three.
8. The Padrón Serie 1926 80 Years $ 40
When Jose Orlando Padron founded his own company that produces cigars, he had no idea that he will be able to celebrate the 80 anniversary. Padron Serie 1926 80 Years cigars are made especially for the celebration of his eightieth birthday, and were an immediate hit among cigar enthusiasts. This special blend is the cheapest premium cigar that this company had made. With the price of 40 dollars per cigar, they are available in natural and maduro wrappers.
7. Louixs $ 50
Louixs cigar is the proud holder of the title of the finest cigars that has ever been produced. This cigar manufacturer or Goldwin Metropolitan Company were made specifically for Beverly Hills Cigar Club and are sold it at a price of $ 50 per cigar. These cigars are sold only on the piece and come in Rosado wrappers.
6. The Arturo Fuente Opus X BBMF $ 56
As the name suggests BBMF implies, this is a wickedly good cigar. It is very hard to find and will cost $ 56 per cigar. This cigar has a strong shot and pungent taste, what every cigar lover know how to appreciate.
5. The Arturo Fuente Opus X-A $ 80
If you want a long cigar, in the top five of the top 10 most expensive cigar is located Arturo Fuente Opus X-A. It is about 24 centimeters long, which is very impressive. It is one of the rarest cigars in the world, but selected and exclusive shops still have it and sell it at a price of $ 80 per cigar.
4. The Arturo Fuente Don AnniverXario $ 85
President of Fuente company, created Don Arturo AnniverXario edition as a unique tribute to his father in 2001, but the series was not officially introduced until 2008. A box of these cigars will cost $ 7,500, and a cigar in selected exclusive stores and cost $ 85.
3. The Cohiba Behike $ 450
Well, now it's our turn to dedicate ourselves only to premium releases, and Cohiba Behike is certainly one of those. This edition is attracting a lot of attention. It was originally sold for $ 450 per cigar, but re-editions are available at more attractive price of $ 50 per cigar.
2. The Gurkha His Majesty's Reserve $ 750
This cigar contains a dose of Louis XII cognac and costs $ 750 per cigar. Only 100 of these boxes of cigars are produced every year, a box containing 20 pieces will cost you $ 15,000.
1. The Gurkha Black Dragon $ 1.150
The most expensive cigar in the list of the Gurkha Black Dragon. It is sold for 1,150 dollars per cigar, and a few boxes is produced every year. It is 21 centimeters long, a package of 100 cigarettes will cost you $ 115,000.
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