The Winners of This Year’s Cigar Trophy Awards

Since 1998, Cigar Journal has been presenting some of the very best in the business with the Cigar Trophy Award. The award has evolved over the years, introducing a lifetime achievement award in 2005, and switching to a consumer voting format in 2013 to determine the winners of several categories. Still, it has remained a great barometer for determining what’s popular with everyday cigar smokers as well as aficionados.

In case you missed it, the winners of the 2020 Cigar Trophy Awards were announced September 18, and they include some beloved names. Here are the winners for each category.

Best Brands

Cuba – Partágas

Dominican Republic – A. Fuente Don Carlos

Honduras – Camacho Corojo

Nicaragua – Oliva Serie V

Other Countries – The American USA

Best Cigars

Cuba – Cohiba Behike BHK52

Dominican Republic – Davidoff Grand Cru Toro

Honduras – Rocky Patel Number 6 Robusto

Nicaragua – Perdomo ESV Box Pressed Imperio Sungrown

Other Countries – Toscano Antico Italy

Best Values

Dominican Republic – La Aurora Cameroon 1903

Honduras – Villa Zamorano

Nicaragua – Padrón Classic Series

Additional Awards

Best Cigar Lounge – Soho Cigar Bar in New York City

Best Cigar Accessory – Boveda Humidity Control Packs

Charity & Community – Cigars for Warriors

Outstanding Art – Cigar Package Design

Ambassador – Light ‘Em Up Lounge

Lifetime Achievement – Robert G. Levin

Of course, Best Cigar Prices congratulates all of the winners on their much-deserved recognition. You can find many of these award-winning cigars and similar smokes right here on the site or in our catalog.

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