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Voted #23 Cigar Aficionado's Top 25 cigars of 2015! Since the introduction of the brand in 2008, Nub has taken the cigar world by storm. When Sam Leccia, who also created the Cain and Cain F lines, blended these stogies, his original intention was to isolate and magnify the “sweet spot” of a cigar—the point at which the flavors peak. To do so, he rolled the same amount of tobacco in a Churchill into a super-short, super-big-ring stogie, and after extensive blend testing, the Nub was born. These stogies are hand-rolled in Nicaragua, and are available in buttery African Cameroon, creamy Ecuadorian Connecticut, spicy Nicaraguan Habano, or chocolaty Brazilian maduro wrapper leaves. You can expect a cool, easy draw every time you light one of these babies up, thanks to their huge ring gauges, and their solid construction ensures an even burn every time. Get yours here at the lowest prices available and see for yourself what all the buzz is about!
By Noor on Oct 31, 2023
Appreciate the quick delivery. Just wish there was a way for the cigars to not be so dry when they arrive.
By Brad on Sep 20, 2020
By Richard on Jan 30, 2020
By Larry on Nov 21, 2017
This is my go to cigar. I don't think it is the "sweet spot" of a cigar, but it is very good. This is the perfect cigar to smoke when you don't have the time. The smoke is very creamy with an easy draw and an even burn. I have gotten an occasional bad stick as you do with any other cigar. There is very little complexity to this cigar. It pretty much is the same from start to finish which I'm sure you will enjoy.
By Joe on Dec 22, 2014
Ninety-nine times out of 100, I get a great box of cigars. However, this last time the cigars were so dry everyone I smoked cracked on the wrapper before halfway. This is normally a great little stick that has a creamy smoke and great flavor from first puff to last. This experience will not dissuade me from buying another box of Nubs or from buying them from “Best Price Cigars”, BPC, Nubs and I have been partners for a long time. ;-)
By Joe on May 23, 2014