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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.
MY MAIN GO TO ANYTIME! Ordered them several times
By Fredrick on Mar 24, 2022
Perfect gift, great variety
By John on Dec 23, 2021
Nice cutter. Did not enjoy the cigars. Did not like the taste.
By Barry on Apr 29, 2021
I am new to the Nub brand so I purchased a sampler package. So far these have been very tasty, smooth and last long for the size. I will purchase again in the future.
By Thomas on Feb 12, 2019
By Josiah on Nov 27, 2018
The maduro is clearly the best Nub, but they all are pretty good smokes. They will last longer than you think, but clearly aren't a Churchill, so plan accordingly. All are well constructed and all are clearly made with quality.
By Rich on Jun 7, 2018
NUBs are my everyday favorite nothing I've tried matches up to these
By Mike on Apr 14, 2017
By Joe on Nov 29, 2016
Nubs have long been one of my favorites.
Every one is a consistent easy draw. The subtle flavor distinctions did indue me to step outside of the connecticut repetition.
By Frank on Oct 15, 2015
tried all four loved the connecticut, habano also was very smooth. As for the cutter easy to carry around fits on my kwychain.
By IKE on Sep 16, 2014
They arrived on time. I enjoyed them and I will buy them again in the future
By frank on Sep 6, 2014