Nicaraguan cigars have increased enormously in variety in recent years. The cigar tobacco of Nicaragua is basically from moderate to strong, and the general flavor is floral. The Nicaragua tobacco is an important incredient of many Dominican cigars and is often used in the blend of doimingos, for example, at the Davidoff Nicaragua, Vegafina Nicaragua or Griffin's Nicaragua.
There are two growing areas in Nicaragua, whose conditions, such as the climate, soil conditions, solar radiation, etc., are closest to the conditions of the island of Cuba. They are the two valleyes of Esteli and Jalapa, which are on the border with the south of Honduras.
Nicaragua's best-known cigar brands include Padrón, Casa de Torres, Daniel Marshall, NUB, Plasencia and Cain.
The brand Padrón has a special position among the Nicaraguan cigars. All Padrón cigars are 100% made of Nicaraguan tobaccos. The exclusive cigar series, like the Padrón Anniversario 1964, Series 1926, or the Family Reserve are particularly made of long vintage tobaccos.
For the Daniel Marshall Gold Cigar, the cover is covered with 24K gold leaf.
The Casa de Torres brand, which comes from the possession of a German cigar manufacturer, convinces with its wide selection at reasonable prices.