Located at 3300 Bonita Beach Rd, Bonita Springs, FL, 34134, right next to Publix, Bonita Smokeshop has been the go-to house for cigarettes and other rare, valuable cigarettes.
As Southwest Florida’s largest cigar store, they boast hundreds of different cigar brands, humidors, and accessories. Their cigars are also fresh, and they sell throughout the year. Undoubtedly, smoking addicts would love the cigars from Bonita Smokeshop because they come in different flavors and classes.
The company generally sells an endless list of cigars, and a visit to their website serves cigarette lovers many options. Even those looking for some rare gift for their lover’s rest assured to find one. Recently, they issued a list of some of the best and rarest cigars someone can ever try. A list of cigars from Bonita Smokeshop includes.
Padron 1964 Anniversary Maduro
Crafted in Nicaragua by a well-respected cigar family with Cuban heritage, the Padron 1964 Anniversary Maduro is one of the most fine-tasting, full-bodied cigars someone will ever have a puff of. Richer than the 1964 Natural, the Anniversary Maduro offers a tapestry of flavors with cocoa, hazelnut, and coffee bean specks.
This controversial cigar gets its names from a rich background history. It gets its name from the Yamasa region, one of the most challenging areas to grow tobacco in the Dominican Republic.
After a series of trials, the result of this classy cigar features earthy, woody flavors balanced by traces of cocoa powder sweetness and a toasty quality—all wrapped up in a binder from San Vicente.
Arturo Fuente Hemingway
The Hemmingway cigar line is a flavorful series of handcrafted creations from Carlos Fuente. Each cigar in the Hemmingway lineup is aged for up to six months in cedar lined rooms to create the spicy, toasty, medium-bodied flavor synonymous with the Fuente family name. The dark toothy wrapper leaf adds woody notes with hints of sweet leather and cedar. The result is an elegant, balanced, medium-bodied cigar that just anyone should try.
Placencia 1865 Alma Fuerte
It comes with hearty all-Nicaraguan oily wrappers and long-fillers, a combination that gives the 1865 Alma Fuerte a rich, bold blend with hints of spice, leather, and cocoa. It also burns evenly, with a nice minerality at the finish.
Small-batch, well-crafted, and genuinely unique taste, the 1865 Alma Fuerte is a winner in every aspect.
Viaje Exclusivo Leaded
Yet another cigar with Nicaraguan tobacco, the Viaje Exclusivo Leaded, is a flavor-bomb. A full-bodied blend flavor features some Ligeros and Medio Tempo Tobacco wrapped in an oily Criollo ‘98 leaf.
The Ashton Classic is all about robust flavor, consistency, and superb construction. Prelit, it smells of butter and graham cracker with a little grassiness to it. When lit, it fills the air with mild notes of espresso, oak, cedar, toasted almond, and subtle pepper and cinnamon notes.
One of the best things about the Ashton classic is that it doesn’t bombard palate with all the flavors at once. Instead, it slowly releases each flavor as it burns to give ample time to savor every note.
The Avo Classic is an expertly constructed cigar made with the finest of premium Dominican long-filler leaves and a silky Connecticut Shade wrapper. This dynamic combination results in a creamy, smooth-tasting cigar with a beautiful aroma.