CI's Blizzard O'Savings: 35 Boxes and Packs

CI Build-Your-Own Clearance 5-Pack


Our box breakdowns save you a ton!

It's no secret that here at Cigars International, we're really big on deals. We tirelessly create tons of samplers and promotions to save you as much money as we can, but this inevitably ends up with some leftovers. Great sticks, separated from their box and left behind as one deal ends and another begins, patiently waiting their time in the spotlight once again. But as good as these sticks are, we would love to fill that space with some exciting new options for all of the cigar-chompin' CI Nation citizens out there. So we cooked up a little deal that we think will scratch your back and ours at the same time. 5 cigars, your choice, for just $9.99. Introducing: The CI Build-Your-Own 5-Pack Clearance Sampler!

Step 1: Take a good look at the fine selection of cigar deliciousness before you
Step 2: Choose 5 options you know you'll like, or some new ones to sample
Step 3: Add to your cart
Step 4: Bask in the savings of up to 66%
Step 5: Light, puff, enjoy, and come back for more!

This is your chance to build your 5-pack any way you want it. 5 Cigars of your choosing are just $9.99. Make it five mellow-bodied gems, 5 full-bodied powerhouses, or an even mix. It's all up to you, and it's all just another great deal from your friends at Cigars International! This deal won't be around forever, so grab yours while supplies last!

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Pick Five Singles:

Arganese Connecticut Torpedo (6.7"x52) Single

Oh boy, Arganese just got a makeover!

Same great blend, same low price, bold new look. This is the exact type of handmade you should be trotting out at picnics and BBQs, or anytime you’re looking to impress someone without spending a fortune. I can guarantee that the presentation will hint at a hefty price tag, but because you’ve shipwrecked here on the shores of CI, you’ll never pay even close to what it’s worth. So go ahead – bring home a slew of tasty, well-made, and flavorful handmades starting at just 40 bucks per bundle.

Arganese Connecticut utilizes a mellow, well-aged long-filler blend underneath a seamless Connecticut shade wrapper. Smooth and creamy throughout with a backing core of crisp, toasty tobacco flavors. Mellow in profile, but impressively tasty.


Bahia Connecticut Deluxe Robusto (5.0"x50) Single

A Deluxe blend at a value price

Starting under $1.50 per stick, how could you go wrong? Well, there are a few ways you could, but luckily with Bahia Connecticut Deluxe, that isn’t the case. Here, Bahia delivers in spades. At hand, boxes of 40 ‘Cuban sandwich’ style, Ecuador-grown Connecticut wrapped stogies that are equipped with all the quality and flavor you would expect from blends boasting price tags five times steeper.

Fancy bands and boxes were bypassed with the main focus being to deliver an affordable, tasty blend that you will be able to partake in every day. Enjoyable notes of cream, cedar, and a slight spice entertain the palate while you are knee deep in that honey-do day. But whether you are kickin’ around a cigar while doing some yard work, or enjoying it with a cocktail as the day is winding down, at these tasty prices, you simply can’t go wrong. 


Brocatus Torpedo (6.5"x52) Single

One of the best value handmades you will find.

Last month I realized that for over 2 years I’ve been selling the daylights out of Brocatus and had never even smoked one. I had received some emails telling me how much people liked it, then came more emails, and even more until I finally took notice and grabbed a box to smoke. Damn right! This no-nonsense handmade is quite mellow with some nutty, oaky flavors and a balanced, consistent character. The long-fillers are all Dominican while the wrapper is a smooth Connecticut-seed Ecuadorian leaf with a nice sheen.


Casa de Garcia Nicaragua Churchill (6.5"x50) Single

A Casa de Garcia with more muscle.

The Nicaragua is an amped up fuller-bodied version of the original Casa de Garcia line. Coming from Altadis, the same crew that gives us popular brands like Romeo y Julieta and Montecristo, this is a highly-affordable option that doesn't skimp on flavor. Utilizing Nicaraguan, Columbian, and Broadleaf filler and boasting a wrapper and binder from Nicaragua, this cigar delivers a robust medium to full-bodied experience with notes of leather, coffee and cedar.


CI Fresh-Rolled Rosado Cuban Wheels Torpedo (6.5"x52) Single

Fresh-Rolled, Rosado-style.

We aim to please at CI. When we took pen to paper, crunched numbers to the bone, and delivered a savory blend entitled CI Fresh-Rolled Cuban Wheels, we knew we had a winner on our hands. Little did we know how fast, and how many would be flying off the docks. Keeping up with the demand is a battle, and we’ve been getting stink-eyes from purchasing ever since. But all office battles aside, we knew another addition to the line would be welcomed with opened arms. So after scouring the soils of Central America for a blend worthy enough to wear the CI name, we dialed in a sure bet winner.

Hailing from the ultra-rich soils of Esteli, Nicaragua, CI Fresh-Rolled Rosado comes adorning a gorgeous San Agustin Rosado wrapper. Beneath the sheets, a bevy Cuban-seed long-fillers from Nicaragua and Honduras intertwine and deliver a slow burning, enjoyably smooth experience. Notes of sweet spice, wood, and cashew are just a few or the players, and with prices slashed just as much as its predecessor, you’ll be happily partaking in CI Fresh-Rolled Rosado anytime you choose!


Dark Shark Toro (6.0"x50) Single

The Shark is back!

This top-selling handmade ain’t the prettiest girl at the prom but it may be the least worst option in this price range - especially if you like maduros. That’s ’cause this medium number really ain’t half bad. Crafted with a dark Broadleaf maduro wrapper and an all long-filler blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos, Dark Shark is indeed a lot more premium than it appears at a glance.

And that’s probably why I’ve had such a damn hard time keeping these things in stock. Expect rich, mellow maduro flavor for as low as $29.99 per mazo of 20. I’m done with the sales pitch....Dark Shark sells itself. Buy it or don’t - doesn’t matter to me - I’ve got a long list of guys waiting for their usual 5-10 mazos per month.


El Galan Campestre Maduro Churchill (7.0"x48) Single

Steak for the price of Beefaroni.

Felix Mesa, write the name down and remember who told you first about this rising star in the cigar community. Cuban-born, and trained in the mystical arts of Cuban cigar cultivation and production, he used his cat-like reflexes and superb ninja skills to escape the fortified communist stronghold just south of Miami. Setting up camp in Nicaragua, Mesa has been quietly producing some of the best blends on the market.

Produced at Mesa’s El Galan factory in Esteli, Nicaragua, El Galan Campestre Maduro offers flawless construction and a full boat of flavor, and when you see what these sticks cost, you’ll do a double-take. Featuring a dark and oily maduro wrapper over a potent mix of Nicaragua long-fillers, this medium to full-bodied blend will make you sit up and take notice from the get-go with a hearty dose of pepper, spice, while notes of cream and cedar make themselves at home in the background. Add a few bundles to your cart and laugh all the way to the checkout, because at these prices, it’s like grand theft. 


Fields of Gold Habano Corona (6.0"x44) Single

The impossible 80-cent cigar!

Hell has frozen over. Pigs are flying. Beer is now available in all water fountains. So go ahead and buy that lottery ticket, because the impossible is now a reality. There's no other rational explanation for Fields of Gold. With 3 different wrappers to choose from, at less than a buck a stick, and yet made with care...yes indeed, this is one cigar you need to give the hairy eyeball, STAT. These sticks are perfect for just hanging around, or for handing out to all your friends. For just 80-cents apiece, you can afford two, buddy! That's right, just 80-cents apiece. Get in on the action now, because this deal is crazier than a tank of sharks with laser beams attached to their heads.

Habano – Rich and spicy, with a smooth, cedary finish. 


Gurkha Castle Hall Habano Robusto (5.0"x50) Single

No-brainer #17,543.

This is one helluva good deal of hand–crafted happiness helping to maintain the harmony between palate and wallet. Castle Hall contains aged Dominican 'Cuban Sandwich' tobaccos that are held snuggly together by a dual binder from Ecuador and Indonesia. Presented in a Habano-seed wrapper leaf, Castle Hall has an option for every preference under the sun when you factor in the Sumatra and Connecticut varieties.

Hints of earth, cedar, and nutmeg each make an appearance, all the while maintaining spot-on construction. At a budget price for economically-minded enthusiasts, these puppies are sure to fly off the docks. 


Joya del Jefe Corona Gorda (6.0"x46) Single

It ain't rated 90.... but it is a bargain

"You can put your boots in the oven, but that doesn't make them biscuits." Indeed. Joya del Jefe ain't the world's finest and will not be winning any awards among the chardonnay-and-brie crowd. However, if you're looking for a knockaround, enjoyable handmade at a cheapie price for in-between times, try this one on for size. This deal brings you 50 cigars for as low as a buck-forty apiece. It's a bargain, it's very well-made especially for a mixed-fill, and it's subtle. Can't promise you anything beyond that!


La Aurora Principes Palma Rum (Corona) (5.5"x42) Single

Big on value, small on price.

La Aurora cigars are made in the oldest factory in the Dominican Republic – established in 1903 with a rich 100 year tradition of cigar making. Popular among native Dominicans, they’re made from the trimmings of the regular La Aurora cigar production and are the pride of the Dominican cigar industry. Principes are short-filler blends offering a flavorful medium-bodied taste and smooth draw. And at these prices, you can enjoy these day in and day out without breaking a sweat.

Great news! Principes are now available in flavors! Made the exact same way as the original Principes line, and are gently infused with delicious all-natural flavors.


La Diferencia Cubana Presidente (8.0"x50) Single

A gi-normous closeout offer on a lovely calm handmade.

As I sit here pounding the keyboard like a gorilla on a Samsonite, I am reminded what a solid closeout deal this is, and one that is flying out of here at a feverish clip. La Diferencia Cubana was a private label brand formerly made by the well-regarded Hendrik Kelner (and current maker of such brands as Davidoff and AVO). This was a gem of a cigar albeit a pricey one. But now it’s on the chopping block....and CI is swinging the battle axe with furious abandon, delivering 60% savings in bunches. Featuring a silky Nicaraguan sun grown wrapper and filler blend of Cuban-seed tobaccos, La Diferencia Cubana delivers a flavorful, creamy, smooth mellow to medium-bodied blend.

At these clearance prices, mellow-medium fans are gonna love this deal.


La Perla Habana Cazadores Torpedo (6.0"x52) Single

La Perla, now in dirt cheap.

If you've been checking out the competition (shame on you!), you know that our prices on La Perla Habana are crazy-low. 93-rated handmades for less than $3 apiece in a box - it's nutty. Probably too nutty. But that's who we are, and it's what we do. Like they say, old habits die hard and discounting runs in our blood. Can't change, don't wanna change, will never here's round #2,574. The brand new LPH Habano is yours starting at a paltry buck-twenty-five apiece.

LPH Cazadores by La Perla Habana is bred for everyday enjoyment and, of course, rich Cuban-esque flavor. Crafted with a top-grade Habano Criollo wrapper leaf and an aged 'Cuban Sandwich' blend of Nicaraguan and Dominican tobaccos, this medium-bodied blend offers flavor in droves. Notes of cedar, rich tobacco, pepper, earth, and nuts are present before a delicious, slightly sweet finish. It's tasty, no doubt. And at my massively discounted prices, you can burn through 'em recklessly and still have enough cash left over to splurge on super-sizing.