The bundle style of packaging cigars started in the early 1960s. They were used for packaging cigars with some manufacturing defects known as "manufacturer's seconds or value cigars." Each bundle contained cigars with nonuniform colors and appearances. They were used as means to cut down costs. However, today things have changed. Bundles are no longer a means to discard defective sticks for low prices. Many handmade premium stogies are solely packaged in bundles but are still relatively cheaper than boxed ones due to the removal of the cost of boxes. Try a premium cigar bundle today, for sale here!
You will find them in varying colors, shapes, strengths, and tastes. They can sometimes be a great way of trying new blends or brands! A good example is the Andalusian Bull bundle. It features 10 Andalusian Bull cigars alongside an assortment of 10 best-seller LFD cigars chosen by the CigEO. Andalusian Bull is one of the rarest cigars in the world, so bundles make them more accessible. Another example is the Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Toro & Lighter Pack, which is a carefully crafted handmade cigar packed in a bundle of 5 with a free cigar lighter. It gives a medium-bodied experience with a sweet woody flavor. There are also many Fuente bundle options that include the AF Holiday Collection. At Cigar Country, we have a variety of bundles for sale from an array of premium brands - find your favorite!