Rare cigars are hard-to-find stogies either of limited edition or produced a long time ago. They increase in value because they become rarer as collectors consume them. Also, their taste improves when properly stored. Cigars can be scarce due to the brand or the country they are made. For example, some people would pay whatever to lay their hands on Cuban cigars like the Cohiba Behike, Dominican cigars like the Ashton ESG 24-Year, or the proclaimed rarest cigar, the Opus X from Arturo Fuente. Buy rare cigars - for sale online at Cigar Country!
A wrapper can also make a cigar rare. For instance, Oscuro wrappers are not typical wrappers. They are time-consuming and hard to process. These reasons are why they are rare, but you can bet on them to pack a full-strength, like the La Flor Dominicana Ligero #300 Oscuro. A cigar's shape and size can also confer a rare tag. For example, the Culebra shape is rare. Likewise, the Guinness Record longest cigar at 268 feet. As a cigar enthusiast, investing in cigars to build a collection should include some rare cigars. So, when you get your hands on Arturo Fuente Añejo No. 77 Shark, My Father Limited Edition Pepin Mania Toro, or Davidoff Millennium Blend, properly preserve them in your humidor so they can age like wine.
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