Meet the Top Medium Cigars in 2019
As cigars continue to make their comeback, there are plenty of quality medium cigars to try in 2019. Thanks to a growing demographic of millennials who are diving into the market, premium cigars are back in style. In America alone, over 330 million premium cigars were imported in 2018. This generated $8.2 billion in revenue and motivated even more cigar producers to shift their focus on the United States. Cigar sales are expected to grow 8.1% every year until 2023, and the resounding demand is paving the way for a renaissance.
This consumer-driven revolution is leading to some truly exceptional cigars. Now that the public’s interest is back on premium cigars, the market is teeming with quality releases. Out of all the cigar types, none are experiencing more innovations than medium cigars. Boasting strong flavors that aren’t overwhelming, medium cigars provide the best of both worlds. Their ability to tantalize taste buds without abusing clients has caused their popularity to soar.
To showcase what’s available, we compiled a list of the best medium cigars on the market. These releases have consistently won over consumers with their unique mixture of delightful flavors. From Latin spice to deep bursts of cacao, each stick has enough surprises to treat the most refined palette. It doesn’t get more innovative than these blends, so discover which medium cigars need to be tried in 2019!
Best Medium Cigars Available
Cigar #3: Flor de Selva Colección Aniversario No. 20 – Out of all the ways to celebrate Maya Selva Cigars’ 20th anniversary, none are more fitting than this release. This Honduran puro consists of a secret mixture of fillers from Azacualpa and Olancho. All these premium tobaccos are highlighted by a medium brown Habano wrapper that hails from Jamastran. At the end of the day, this blend creates a delightfully earthy, cedar flavor. This release took two continents by storm, so discover what all the fuss is about by purchasing a box!
Cigar #2: David Winston Churchill - The Late Hour – Out of all the tycoons who smoked cigars, none were more influential than Winston Churchill. His love of Romeo y Julieta Cubans was so renowned that Davidoff decided to honor him with this premium release. Despite having a Habano Ecuadorian Oscuro wrapper, the Dominican Visus filler has a noticeably Scottish touch. This is due to the fact that Visus leaves are aged for six months in Speyside single-malt whisky barrels. The complex mixture of coffee, black pepper and sweet flavors make this cigar an adventure to smoke. Salute the British Bulldog with this undeniably solid release!
Cigar #1: Flor de Las Antillas – While Cuba used to be referred to as the “Flower of the Antilles”, there’s a new champion in town. The My Father cigar factory in Nicaragua is making a valiant attempt to claim the title for best cigar producer in the world. The factory is run by José “Pepín” Garcia and supervised by his son, the master blender Jaime Garcia. Equipped with a sun-grown wrapper, double binder, and Cuban seed filler, this box-pressed Nicaraguan puro showcases what Garcia learned in Cuba. Its sweet hints of cedar, earth and cocoa are tantalizing enough to reconnect any smoker with nature!