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Each year Cigar Aficionado magazine puts out a great list of the top cigars of the year. The problem with these sorts of lists from any publication is that they are highly subjective. While we may put the cigars in a different order on our personal groupings, we can guarantee one thing, each and every one of these is a fabulous smoke.
Tastes change from time to time, and even from year to year, so we have put together a sampler for you to see what CA rated as the number one cigar for the past five years. This year's My Father 1922 Le Bijou Torpedo is a medium-to-full bodied peppery smoke. 2014's Oliva Serie V Melanio Figurado is an extremely flavorful full-bodied cigar that never overpowers. 2013’s Aging Room Quattro F55 Concerto is a wonderful medium-to-full bodied flavor bomb with a succulent Sumatra wrapper. 2012's Flor De Las Antillas Toro was the new My Father masterpiece that has the Pepin-pepper explosions one would expect from the master. 2011's Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill will get the palate watering from the get-go with its oily and toothy Corojo 2006 wrapper from Honduras.
Each cigar deserves all the accolades they received, but how do they stack up against each other? With this perfect sampler you get one #1 cigar from the past 5 years worth of top 25 lists.
The CA #1 Cigars of the Year Sampler includes each of the following cigars:
1 - 2015 - 97 Rated - My Father Le Bijou 1922 Torpedo Box Press - 6 1/8 x 52
1 - 2014 - 96 Rated - Oliva Serie V Melanio Figurado - 6 1/2 x 52
1 - 2013 - 95 Rated - Aging Room Quattro F55 Concerto - 7 x 50
1 - 2012 - 96 Rated - Flor De Las Antillas Toro - 6 x 52
1 - 2011 - 96 Rated - Alec Bradley Prensado Churchill - 7 x 48