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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

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Paul Garmirian Maduro

If you love Maduro cigars, then this is Paul Garmirian's gift to you. According to the company's website, the Paul Garmirian Maduro is considered by some to be “the finest Maduro ever.” That certainly creates a lofty reputation to live up to when you consider the various Maduros on the market.

The PG Maduro has quite the exotic composition. It has a filler blend of Brazilian and Dominican tobaccos, an Indonesian binder, and a Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper. The cigar is said to offer solid construction, an excellent burn, and plenty of complexity. Suggested pairings for the medium to full-bodied cigar include coffee or Cognac. The PG Maduro comes in eight sizes, most of which are packaged in boxes of 25.

Paul Garmirian Reserva Exclusiva

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Described as popular with many connoisseurs, the Reserva Exclusiva line is contains tobaccos that have been aged for up to ten years. The cigar's innermost composition consists of a filler blend of Dominican and Ecuadorian tobaccos. The special blend is covered by an aged Dominican binder and an Ecuadorian wrapper.

The Reserva Exclusiva is offered in nine different sizes, ranging from the 4 x 40 No. 5 to the 7 1/2 x 40 Gran Panatela. It's listed as medium to full-bodied in strength, and is said to offer a bevy of aromas and complexity.

Paul Garmirian Artisan's Selection

The Artisan's Selection is not only the smoothest offering from Paul Garmirian, but it's also the most affordable. The mild to medium-bodied line was created and released in 1997 for those who wanted to try a standard PG line, but were deterred by price.

A Dominican filler and binder and a Connecticut Shade wrapper combine to give the Artisan's Selection a smooth, yet flavorful profile. The cigar comes in nine different sizes, each of which is packed in boxes of 25. As stated, the line is the brand's most affordable, and singles have a suggested retail price of approximately $5 to $7.

As you can see, Paul Garmirian has quite the lineup. While the cigars may be expensive and hard to find, the journey is well worth it, especially if you are looking for some quality cigars to add to your collection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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