Best cigars under 5 dollars

You can find great cigars for around 5 dollars or less! Not all cigars have to cost $12 or more. Finding that gem is like finding a needle in a haystack; there are so many cigars to choose from in the 5 dollar range, most aren’t worth it. There are, however, some excellent cigars in this range. We’ll give you some suggestions to get you started in the $5 range. Rest assured we do not sell cigars, so our suggestions are honest and based off experience, as well as what the general consensus is in the cigar world.

Best cigars for the money and even for beginners:

Chateau Fuente
Chateau Fuente – $5.00
Alec Bradley American Sungrown
Alec Bradley American Sungrown – $5 or less
Brick House Corona Larger
Brick House Corona Larger – $5 or less
Nub Cigar
Nub Cameroon – $5 or less












That’s a start. We’ll continue to add more cigars as we find them. For now, you can’t go wrong with these. They are all different and unique, yet present a very enjoyable smoke. Don’t be afraid to try new cigars, you might find something you really like for under 5 bucks! If you come across something really good, let us know and we’ll consider adding it to the list.

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  1. A cigar that I found under $5 a piece that was a great medium body cigar and went with so many different items was the Torano Noventa. I usually purchase these cigars by the box (25 for approx. $60) and can’t get enough of them.

    The Noventa was carefully crafted to celebrate the Torano family’s 90 years of tobacco growing and cigar-making. A Nicaraguan puro, the Noventa is expertly blended using a vintage mixture of premium, 5-year-old Nicaraguan long-leaf tobaccos from four growing regions, wrapped in a thick and oily Habano Nicaraguan leaf. Aged further after rolling, the Noventa achieves a rich and robust smoking experience that’s smooth and perfectly balanced. A luxurious medium-bodied super-premium from the Torano family.

  2. The Curivari Buenaventura, while possibly not UNDER $5, can usually be found for $5 or a little more. I encourage all fans of bready, nutty, smoke-like-a-chimney sticks to seek this one out!

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