Best small cigars?
JohnnySlickster Posts: 48
in Cigar 101
I'm a big fan of smaller sized cigars for various reasons, mostly because I don't always have time to sit enjoy a full sized smoke. I bought a box of RP Juniors in the maduro a while back and really loved them, but alas I am almost out and I figured it's time for a box of something new. Anyone have any suggestions on good small cigars or should I stick with RP juniors?
Davidoff makes some awesome small cigars as well, like the Classic line Primeros. For something cheaper, the CAO Brazilia Cariocas come in tins of 5, and are every bit as good and reliable as the larger Brazilias. Oh! The DPG Blue Demi-Tasse is awesome, and tiny as well.
As for my own opinion, Arturo Fuente Exquisitos are AMAZING for a small cigar; I picked up a few the last time I hung out with Kuzi at the Village to have some short smokes and I thought they were great for a 25-35 minute stogie. They are 4.5 x 33 and I believe come in Cameroon, Maduro, and Sun-Grown (if you can find them). The only downside (or upside, depending) is that they only come in a 50 count box, at around $110 give or take $5.
Other than that, the Onyx tins, Cohiba Pequenos, and the CAO Petite Tin Panetelas and L'Anniversaire Petite Cameroon Tins are great little smokes, as well as the LFD Carajos that several people have mentioned in this thread, particularly the Oscuro-wrapped ones.