A little “inside baseball” for you non-industry folks: For tracking and reporting purposes, our sales data is broken down chronologically into four quarters annually. In order to give you a glimpse into “what’s hot” at BCP currently, here’s a break-down of our top 5 best-selling cigars for the final quarter of 2020.

  1. Caldwell Blue Collar Bundles Rothschild Habano

Showcasing a robust Habano wrapper over a lively blend of Nicaraguan tobaccos, this particular iteration of Caldwell’s elusive Lost & Found series is loaded with earthy, nutty, creamy, and bold flavor. Factor in a great burn performance and satisfying medium-full body and it’s easy to see why these unbanded treats made the list.

2. Liga Privada Nasty Fritas

Crafted using Nicaraguan and Honduran filler tobaccos left over from the Liga Privada No. 9 and T52 lines, Liga Privada Nasty Fritas cigars bring you rich and delicious Drew Estate flavor in a unique, continuous-tapered 4×52 vitola. These strong smokes build in intensity as you burn and go great with a stiff drink.

3. Art 56 Robusto

Boasting great handmade construction, clean flavor, and a solid burn for just $2.49/stick, Art 56 cigars from our friends at El Artista in the Dominican Republic are an outstanding option for the frugal cigar fan. I don’t know who exactly “Art” is, or the significance of the “56”, but the taste and quality of these budget-priced sticks is undeniable.

4. Avo Syncro Nicaragua Robusto

This is the second time that Avo Syncro Nicaragua has made the best-sellers list this year, following the Special Toro’s appearance way back in Q1. Now the classic 5×50 tasting size is in the spotlight, and based on the Syncro Nicaragua’s layered medium-bodied profile and awesome box-pressed build, I’d say it’s well-deserved.

5. Acid Plush

It warms my heart to see the sometimes-overlooked Acid Plush make the final list of the year. A classic entry in the Acid Purple line, the enigmatic Acid Plush offers a wild rush of aromatic flavor tones, including but not limited to rich coffee, chocolate, floral tones, and blackberry sweetness.

That’s it for now. We’ll talk again at the end of next quarter. Until then, consider folding some of these phenomenal smokes into your personal stogie routine.

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