If you're celebrating a special event, you deserve one the best Costa Rican cigars. Costa Rica is one of the twenty richest countries in the world and it is also one of the smallest. For its small size, Costa Rica offers many luxuries that people flock to for vacation. It also offers some of the finest cigars made anywhere in the world.
Treasure of Costa Rica is one of the finest puro cigars on the market and is offered by the Bucanero Trading Company cigar store. Its taste is very smooth and slightly mild. The tobacco is aged three years and it stands up well against its Cuban cousin.
- Vegas de Santiago is another wonderful blend of Costa Rican cigars. The tobacco growers have refined their tobacco to one of the finest in the world. This is the manufacturer's signature brand. It is not as mild as Treasure of Costa Rica.
- The Habanos Hernandez is another line of the best Costa Rican cigars. The cigar's flavor has a wonderful nut, wood and spice taste and the drawing of smoke is smooth.
- Don Benigno Cigars can be found in San Jose, Costa Rica and are hand-rolled in a little kiosk. The cigars have a rich medium flavor. San Jose, Costa Rica is a nice place to visit even if cigars aren’t the only thing you are looking for when you take a vacation.
- Mythos Solitude was awarded for their best performance by "Cigar Cult Magazine" in 2008. Its flavor is rich and smooth; a rare combination.
We hope you find a good choice in these cigars because they are the best that Costa Rica has to offer. Once known for their coffee, Costa Rica has found another niche in the world and a fine one it seems to be.
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