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Bahia Gold White Label Sale

Rare well-aged handmades.

Bahia Gold may have been responsible for putting Bahia on the map, but the White Label undoubtedly elevates the brand to even bolder heights. With production numbers reserved to 200 boxes per month, the White is the rarest of all the Bahia brands, and showcases their undiluted attention to small-batch blending.

Meticulously crafted in Nicaragua, the Bahia Gold White Label contains a complex array of well-aged tobaccos for an exceptionally smooth and savory smoke. On the outside awaits a chocolaty brown, 4-year old Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper. This remarkable leaf, houses a vintage selection of tobaccos consisting of a 5+ year old Nicaraguan binder, and 7-year old Nicaraguan ligeros and secos. Post rolling, each White Label is then laid to rest in cedar aging-rooms for an additional 400 day slumber. The end result, is a cigar that booms with big-time flavor, while retaining a silky smooth character. Chewy and voluminous smoke swarms the palate as notes of coffee bean, leather, nuts, and an undeniable creaminess enter the fray. Complex, smooth, and downright enjoyable, the Bahia Gold White Label sets a new benchmark for Bahia handmades.

Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Churchill (6.9"x48)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $160.00 $44.31    
Corona (5.5"x42)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $130.00 $36.01    
Double Toro (Gordo) (6.0"x60)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $199.50 $49.44    
Robusto (5.0"x50)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $144.00 $38.26    
Toro (6.2"x52)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $160.00 $44.31    
Torpedo (6.5"x52)
BOX OF 20 Out of Stock $170.00 $45.67    
Overall Rating 4.12 out of 5 Based on 17 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Bahia Gold White Label”

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2 out of 5
No bargain!
8-10 cigars fell apart at the tip. 3-5 tunneled.
5 out of 5
well made everyday cigar
was surprised how well made and burn these have. the taste was great for the price. worth buying and smoking everyday
4 out of 5
Four stars for the value
Got the Toros on sale for about fifty bucks a box. Nice presentation, good looking cigar. Burned even throughout, nice draw and flavor, with no harshness. Smoked it down to the nub as did three friends that I handed one to each of them on golf course. Everyone agreed, that for the price these cigars are worth it.
5 out of 5
Nice cigar
5 out of 5
Worth the wait, more than worth the price!
If you haven't tried a Bahia before, you are doing yourself a disservice. Right out of the box, these cigars are aromatic, exceptionally made, and have a unique flavor. Best of all, if you have the patience to age them for about 6 months (which is a difficult feat, considering the taste), you will be rewarded with a noticeable improvement in their smoothness and character. The Bahia Gold White Label seems to blend the delicious taste of the Bahia Trinidad and the strong, throaty flavor of the Bahia Maduro into a medium bodied masterpiece. I can honestly say that after finishing a whole box of Trinidads and almost a whole box of the Maduros, I have not had even one stick that wasn't a perfect smoke all the way through. No knots, no loose fast burns, no wrapping falling apart. This, in addition to the lip-smacking taste, is enough to make the value of Bahias a worthy addition to any collection. I just had the first of my Gold White Label Torpedos, and it is following suit perfectly. I can't wait to try the rest after 4-6 months of aging!
4 out of 5
good deal
Nice little smoke. Picked these up on clearance and what a pleasant surprise. I still haven't had a bad Bahia yet. Bahia reds are my favorite these were a nice little change
5 out of 5
Good Cigar, Good Price
I am on my third box. I think these are a great smoke....especially for the money.
5 out of 5
greatest website ever
your website is really awesome- full of info, is easy to use and is fast! I like the different formats for purchase- I like the fun of bidding on cigars and also the whack-a-mole style of buying cigars at a discount after the order has been placed. it is a lot of fun to use. One negative- for the C'est la Vie cigars- there was only one code #, but the cigars were available in either sweet or natural. I did not realize that I had to specify and I received the sweet, which I am enjoying but would have preferred the natural.
5 out of 5
A very smooth smoke at
A very smooth smoke at a nice price point.
4 out of 5
good smoke, best of bahia
good smoke, best of bahia
3 out of 5
Budget Sticks
There's a lot to like about Bahia Gold White Label cigars., not the least of which is the price. But considering the aging & the use of a Ecuadorian sungrown wrapper, it somehow misses the mark. The caps are not well made & the body is lumpy & underfilled for my taste. However, they are full bodied with oak, earth & leather components, along with medium spice & light pepper. Notes of citrus are present upon retrohale. Some people will be enamored with this vitola, but I have to stop halfway, since they are clewed to bits by then. I could recommend them but with the caveat that they need to be better constructed. 87/100
5 out of 5
Gold found at great price point!
To start I bought my first Bahia Gold on sale. When I received the box and lit one up..well I could not get back on CI quick enough to order another box. Very nice quality with good med taste. What I like about this cigar is it has a med feel with a kick of flavor. I have to admit, I am becoming a big Bahia fan for their price point. Your turn to try one...
1 out of 5
Caps came off most of
Caps came off most of them and uneven burn will not buy again.
5 out of 5
Bahia Gold White Label great cigar!
Been a big fan of Bahia Gold for the pepper & spice though the nose,figured why not take a chance on the White Label. Well made & aged nicely, very smooth medium smoke.Great taste and pairs well with many spirits. A keepa.
3 out of 5
Bahia Gold White Label
average cigar at an affordable price
4 out of 5
not as good as Bahia Gold which is excellent
5 out of 5
Being a cigar aficionado, I
Being a cigar aficionado, I admit spending too much time reading the CI catalog. I end up buying cigars, even when I do not need them, because some of the offers are irresistible. I stay away from the elite brands, and buy some excellent off brands, like Hudson Bay, Bahia, Torano and Ghurka knock offs, etc....
Customer Testimonials
This is my first review and I have buying cigars from CI for many years and rely on reading reviews when buying. This cigar is definitely one of the best cigars you can get for the $. Bought the torpedo 6.5 x 52. I like Maduros probably on the slight stronger side. This cigar gives you a smooth taste and maintains even burn. I just ordered more even though I have over 400 cigars in humidor. Didn't want to miss out on sale. Highly recommend!
Since I last posted I have come to really like this cigar. The first box aged perfectly and I have bought more since then. Very good cigar!
This is a nice cigar, perfect for the first puff of the day if you have more than 1 per. I have never been disappointed by any of the Bahia varieties. Very good smoke at a GREAT price.
A great box of smokes at a great price.
Love this cigar for the mid afternoon smoke. The flavors match description dead on. I will be purchasing more of these.
I have had zero problems with the construction or burn on these Bahia Gold White Label. I agree with one review that you can tell it is aged tobacco. They are a decent smoke. That being said I'm not sure I will get more of them. I think I got these around $75 and think that is a little too much for them. I'd rather buy the Bahia Gold, Maduro, or Trinidad.
I have thoroughly enjoyed the random Bahias I have smoked, so I jumped at the intro price that CI offered for these. The cigars themselves, taste-wise, were pretty terrific. I would put them in the medium range, more or less. The flavors seemed to pair well with just about any drink (several whiskeys, lots of dark beers). My only problem with these is, sadly, they were so inconsistent smoke-wise. It seemed like every other cigar would offer almost a perfect smoke. However, cigars that weren't those perfect smokes required constant nursing and baby-sitting because they burned so awfully uneven... or the draw was so empty because of a tight roll (or something) and the cigar would almost go out. Now, I want to give Bahia the benefit of the doubt and say that maybe my batch was a mix between a veteran and rookie roller, but it does make me a little unsettled when it comes to purchasing these at regular price because, frankly, if I had paid $130 for these cigars... this review would have been a lot meaner.
You can tell you are smoking aged tobacco with this cigar. Fruity with a light musty taste, smooth. Fantastic. I recommend toro or torpedo, the robusto size in this brand has more low quality filler, some stems. Haven't had a bad toro or torpedo yet and I've smoked many. Have not tried corona or churchill sizes.
I normally don't submit feedback but I felt strong enough about these to say something. I was fortunate to take advantage of the intro cheapo price earlier and was pleasantly surprised with them also. I don't use fancy terms or words but I did find them to be typically medium to med-full (definitely not full). Ash on some burned darker than others. A few were rolled too tight, while the rest were an easy draw with plenty of billowing smoke. I found the taste to be pleasing to my pallate, considering my favorite cigars are La Gloria Cubanas, and are a great everyday smoke. Well worth checking out, if in your budget.