Happy Friday Best Cigar Prices’ fans! While it may not be Friday the 13th, we have put together a list of some downright
freaky cigars. These novelty cigars are some of the tastiest conversation starters we have ever seen.
La Flor Dominicana Culebra: Meaning “snake” in Spanish, it is no wonder where the La Flor Dominicana Culebra got its name. This cigar closely resembles three snakes braided together. This unique cigar has been around since the early 1800’s and today very few companies produce them. Separate the three sticks and smoke each individually or smoke all three cigars at once, it’s up to you! This cigar is an awesome rarity to have in your humidor.
Natural Egg by Drew Estate: While the Natural Egg by Drew Estate sounds more like something you would order at a breakfast place, it is one heck of a cigar. This beast of a stogie contains tobacco from 12 different countries. Yes, you heard us right, 12 different countries: Brazil, Cameroon, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Syria, Turkey, and several locales in the United States. As you could imagine, this cigar is very complex with a number of flavors including chocolate, coffee, black and red pepper, cream, vanilla, and more. Pull this mother of all cigars out of your humidor and you could impress just about anyone.
Puros Indios Especial Chief: The Puros Indios Especial Chief is one big ass cigar. There really are no other words to describe it. Good luck trying to finish this 18″ x 66 ring gauge cigar (and trying to fit it in your humidor).
CAO Sopranos Limited Edition Sampler: If your favorite fictional cigar aficionado is Tony Soprano, then this one is for you. The CAO Sopranos Limited Edition Sampler contains two champagne bottle shaped cigars, two baseball bat cigars, and a massive bullet-like torpedo cigar, all wrapped in a gunmetal case.
Arganese Doublewrap Churchill: This beauty is one of the few cigars to feature the pin-striped style Maduro and Natural wrappers. It is reminiscent of a barber’s pole, albeit a very tasty barber’s pole that is summoning you to light it up and smoke it.
My Father Cigars Pipe: Last but not least on our list of bizarre cigar oddities is the My Father Cigars Pipe. This pipe shaped cigar is allegedly only rolled by one of two people: José “Pepín” García or Jaime García’s wife, Dany, who is also a highly skilled roller. The My Father Cigars Pipe is extremely rare so if you happen to see one don’t let it slip through your fingers!
What is the strangest cigar you have ever smoked?