You shouldn’t have to break the budget to get really good cigars – 90+ rated cigars – at a reasonable price. These are affordable, though not cheap cigars. Average prices for singles of these stogies is $5.50-$9 when bought in boxes, slightly higher when purchased as singles. Let’s take a look. 1. Ashton Heritage Puro Sol Belicoso No. 2 This stick topped the charts at a 94, the 7th best cigar of 2012. The name Puro Sol comes from the fact that filler, binder and wrapper tobaccos are all sun grown. The flavor is markedly sweet while remaining complex and intriguing throughout. 2. Macanudo Café Hyde Park Connecticut Robusto This is a 90 cigar with plenty of smooth, medium flavor. The fillers are a nice blend of Dominican tobaccos and the wrapper is a crisp Connecticut. The binder is specially grown in the San Andres Tuxtla Valley of Mexico. 3. Cusano 18 Robusto Connecticut This 91-rated stogie is available for less than $5 at current prices. It sports a double Connecticut wrapper and a rich mix of Dominican Oro filler tobacco. The number 18 is the number of years the tobacco is aged before creating a buttery-smooth smoking experience. 4. Casa Torano Toro This is a handsome cigar with ratings of 91 or higher from the prestigious publications. They smoke ‘em blind…what if they knew this stick cost less than $6? Gently sweet with enough spice to keep your interest, these cigars use a proprietary blend drawn from several countries. The fillers are finished with a Connecticut broadleaf Maduro.