You may not be able to find a single cigar that’s over $50 in this section. After all, that’s a pretty hefty price tag for a single stogie. In...
You may not be able to find a single cigar that’s over $50 in this section. After all, that’s a pretty hefty price tag for a single stogie. In fact, any cigar maker that’s putting out a $50 cigar is making quite a statement. But of course, it’s usually not a big deal – those just aren’t cigars for mainstream smokers. Gurkha goes so far as to put out a thousand-dollar cigar just to make us all scratch our heads. Anyway, this section is really more a place to find high-quality five packs.
Cigars between $50 and $75 are few and far between, and we rarely stock them. But for neatness and organization, we’ve got a section where people who are looking for $50-$75 cigars can find packs and boxes for their desired price point.
Some of our favorite smokes in the Cigars $50-$75 bracket are the Aging Room Quattro Nicaragua, Rocky Patel A.L.R., Padrón 1964 Anniversary, and Ashton VSG Sorcerer. These are $50 to $75 dollar cigar deals that can get you a ton of bang for your buck.
Cigars and pricing are funny, after all.
On the one hand, you’ve got your single-digit price smokes. You can smoke these and if you don’t like them, toss ‘em. On the other hand, premium cigars are a bit of an investment. If you spend ten or fifteen dollars on a cigar and don’t like it, it’s a bummer. Our best recommendation once you’re trying to browse and buy cigars between $50 and 75 is to go from what you’ve liked in the past (in terms of country of origin, wrapper type, or cigar company) to find a high-quality stogie you’re going to enjoy when you layout a little more coin.
With that said, a really nice cigar is often a great way to experience something new. If you’ve never had a Cameroon before, picking up one for $13.50 may give you a better shot at enjoyment than one that’s $3.50. Smoke the $3.50 one first and you may decide you hate Cameroon tobacco without ever knowing how interesting it could be.
It’s a lot like alcohol. That whiskey on the bottom shelf at your local liquor store may not be very nice to sip on, but a good Lagavulin scotch or Four Roses bourbon could change your world.
Take a look through our cigars from $50 to $75 at your leisure – we’re sure you’ll find something worth lighting.