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Bahia Brazil

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Bahia’s fourth winner

Bahia has long been among the best-selling bundles in our lineup, and for great reason. The extreme combination of value to flavor is unparalleled by any other brand in the biz, and with Bahia Brazil, the folks behind Bahia add one more thoroughbred, affordable gem to their stable.

Ah, Brazil! Country of all things musical and Carnavale. And now, Brazil can add a new trophy to its case – in addition to being the bikini capital of the world, it’s also home to my new favorite Bahia cigar! Starting off with Nicaraguan long-fillers, these tobaccos are finished with a fine Brazilian maduro wrapper. Easily the richest of the Bahia bundled products, you’ll find notes of dark chocolate, earth, and spice. Get aboard this Bahia Brazil today, and never look back. 

Size
Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Gordo (6.0"x60)
Pack of 20 In Stock $160.00
save $100.0163% off
$59.99
Robusto (5.0"x56)New
Pack of 20 Backordered $140.00
save $90.0164% off
$49.99
Toro (6.0"x50)
Pack of 20 In Stock $145.00
save $90.0162% off
$54.99
Torpedo (6.3"x54)
Pack of 20 In Stock $150.00
save $90.0160% off
$59.99
Overall Rating 4.38 out of 5 Based on 37 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Bahia Brazil”

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5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil Robusto feedback
Umm, what to say...OK, buy a pack or box as soon as possible! Outstanding smokes. Smooth, medium to full, and absolutely pleasurable! If you are looking for an enjoyable hour with a glass of Merlot or Cabernet...jump right in! BTW Bud works as well! ;-)
5 out of 5
Brazil Toro
Good cigars. Why did you stop including a box of matches with my cigars? I like the light from a wooden match.
5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil Robusto
Good smoke for when you want a shorter smoke
2 out of 5
Why would this be any different from any other Bahia?
Which is lousy.
5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil robusto
Excellent smoke! I would order again.
5 out of 5
Excellent
Excellent cigars all the way through
5 out of 5
great cigar for the price
will buy this again for sure!
3 out of 5
Bahia Brazil toro
This bundle has been somewhat disappointing. There is marked difference from cigar to cigar. mild to medium to medium full
5 out of 5
Complex
Ive enjoyed the bahia .its a complex smoke. Completely different from the CAO Brazilian..
5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil Toro - Off to a Good Start
I usually let a new delivery rest in the humi for a month; but after 2 weeks, I lit one up. Glad I did. This is only the second time that I have tasted licorice in a cigar, and I really like that flavor. Even burn. Nice aroma. If these cigars are consistent, they will be in my rotation.
2 out of 5
Not impressed...
Disappointing...Very tough draw and uneven burn. Hard to keep lit. Had high hopes for this one, as the previous Bahia's I've smoked were pretty decent for the money. First time smoking the Brazil Gordo. Amazed to see this one rated as high as it does. Maybe I just got the bad batch, or one that wasn't humidified properly before shipment?
5 out of 5
not bad smoke overall, but
not bad smoke overall, but I think they need a little more time ageing
5 out of 5
A Favorite
One of my favorite cigars! Excellent burn and flavor.
5 out of 5
Great offfering from Bahia
Great cigar! Not quite as good as the CAO Brazilia, but this is my favorite Bahia cigar now. The main difference between these and the CAO's that the flavor and aroma of the Bahia seems to fade somewhat toward the end of the cigar and the CAO is more consistent throughout the entire smoke. The regular Bahia Maduro's are kinda like that too. I will certainly be buying more of these in the future. Love um!!
4 out of 5
PorchBob
At this price point a very good cigar. Not at all harsh and burns great. Wonderful value and for "sixty" smoker like me, a perfect find for a everyday type smoke.
4 out of 5
Impressive
It's a premium cigar. Construction, consistency, burning and flavor. The Brazilian wrappers in general adds some extra touch and it was the reason I try it. No significant transitions occurred but it is enjoyable smoke until the end. Strength is median to strong, no creamy smoke but easy burn. Excellent looking... good cigar to give to your friends or smoke wile you grill steaks on Saturday evening.
5 out of 5
Bihias quqlity
Brazil handmade
4 out of 5
Bahia Brazil a hidden gem
I took a chance on these based on the price, the description, Brazilian wrapper, and of course, free shipping. I know that almost all of the time, the difference between a three dollar cigar and a thirty dollar cigar is more than twenty seven dollars. That's true of this cigar. The draw wasn't perfect,and the burn was somewhat uneven. What saves this cigar is the taste. From the moment the flame nears the foot of this cigar, it tastes really good, and it keeps on tasting good, all the way to the good tasting end. The ash holds surprisingly long, and is substantial, no flakes. I will certainly buy more of these, and would recommend them to my cigar smoking friends. Good job CI
5 out of 5
New Smoke
I like the CAO Brazilia, so I tried the Bahia Brazil Robusto. It is a very flavorful smoke at a nice price.
4 out of 5
Great Deal
Great everyday smoke
5 out of 5
WOW
What a great cigar for the price, enjoyed it so much, I passed on the name of this cigar to my friends
5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil Torpedos
I am very pleased with these cigars. I took you at your word in the recent catalog I reqested and I am happy I got 20 of them. The Bahia lights well and burns consistently. I find the taste rich and the strength robust. The wrapper is just right, dark, moist, oily as I like it and firm, not thin. The draw is perfect and each time I have one I wind up peeling off the label so I can continue a very good smoke. Thank you so much C.I. You folks offer a great service.and such a huge selection.
4 out of 5
Value for the money.
I wasn’t sure how this new cigar from Bahia would stand up in the Bahia family of cigars. I was pleasantly surprised and recommend them to everyone looking for a deeper flavor experience.
4 out of 5
You should give these a try
Good every day smoke. Nice ash, good draw and medium-bodied taste. A real pleasant surprise.
4 out of 5
Best Bahia Made
The best Bahia made. Smooth, consistent and tasty. Took a chance and happy I did.
5 out of 5
Great smoke at any price
These had a consistent burn and great flavor. I would compare them to some higher priced Brazilian wrapper cigars. Very happy. A very good everyday smoke.
4 out of 5
Best Bahia I have had
Best Bahia I have had so far.
4 out of 5
Good
Good daily smoke. Smooth I really appreciate this cigar.
5 out of 5
Bahia brazil gordo
I really like the taste, the taste reminds me of the CAO Brazzillia. Very nice smoke. I will buy again. CARBO
5 out of 5
Brazilia??
No Bahia Brazil, and I have been very pleased with this smoke. Good burn, Good draw, Good flavor, will buy again.
5 out of 5
Excellent service and great selection
I am very pleased with my order and the service I received, the cigars were fresh and a great value, will always buy my cigars from cigar international
3 out of 5
Brazil vs Maduro
The Brazil is not bad. but not nearly as good as the Maduro.
5 out of 5
Very good!
Excellent!
5 out of 5
Bahia Brazil Toepdo
They were a very good cigar just like all the other Bahia. The only complaint I had was toward the end it seemed to get a little harsh. I have only smoked one so far. I would buy them again.
4 out of 5
Thumbs up!
Great flavor, would buy again.
3 out of 5
Underwhelmed!
Well constructed. Good draw and an even burn. The ash holds on for well over an inch, and falls off in solid chunks. However, the flavor profile is weaker than anticipated. I prefer medium to full body cigars, both in flavor and strength. This cigar is mild to medium at best. Not one I would purchase again.
4 out of 5
Good job Bahia
Good stogie couldn't wait to try one

Bahia's Rio de Flavor

Joey J.

Let me start this review off with an apology. For the last year, I’ve been diligently reviewing cigars here, and to my surprise this morning I noticed only one of the cigars I reviewed (Oliva 2nds) has been an affordable option. My bad! Before you get the wrong idea, I don’t take down Padrons and Alma Fuertes everyday. No, in fact, my cigar rotation leans much more towards the “budget” side of the equation. So, as an apology to everyone’s wallets, my next few reviews will be focused on my favorite cigars you can get for $3 or less. And to start it off, we’re going to take a peek at Bahia Brazil. 

Some backstory for you: originally crafted by Tony Borhani in the cigar boom of the ‘90s, Bahia cigars were, at one time, some of the highest rated cigars in the world. Unfortunately, since then, the brand has taken a bit of a tumble, cropping up in new blends that come and go with the seasons… but three cigars have stayed true: Bahia Maduro, Bahia Trinidad, and Bahia Blu. These three bundled beauts represent the best mixture of affordability and flavor on the market – and they’ve all been fan-favorites of CI Nation for years. Indeed, those three cigars alone carry nearly 700 verified customer reviews between them at the time of writing this. 

When things like this work, you just don’t mess with them. No new sizes, no gimmicks, no packaging changes… just sell the cigars, and give the people what they want. So imagine my surprise when a brand spankin’ new Bahia bundle popped up on our docks a few weeks ago. Yes sir, Bahia Brazil is here, and it deserves its spot right along the original trilogy. 

Now my favorite Bahia has always been the Maduro, but after going through about half a bundle of Brazil, I may just have to change my mind. While the Maduro weighed in at a nice medium body, Brazil turns the dial up a notch, delivering a sultry medium to full-bodied profile that’s rife with complexity but stays uber-smooth simultaneously. 

On top of this gem sits a beautiful Brazilian Maduro wrapper leaf, each one a rich chocolate brown color with just a slight hint of oily sheen. Underneath, you’ll find Nicaraguan binder and long-fillers that have each been aged to perfection. And now for the best news — for all you who love big ring blends, and who truly want to maximize the bang for your buck, Bahia Brazil is offered in both a 5”x56 Robusto and 6”x60 Gordo. In many bundled blends, these sizes are ones to avoid: the lower quality filler leaves are more present in larger ring gauges, delivering a less enjoyable flavor. But not here. Bahia Brazil shines in its big ring offerings, and they top out at around $3 per cigar. 

Still with me? Good. Lighting this one up, I’ve got no real complaints. On the larger rings, the draw can be just a tad loose, but that’s typical for me with a 60rg cigar so I can’t really knock Brazil for it. The first half of this cigar delivers tons of spice with a chewy oakiness in the profile as well. As the cigar burns down (which it does very slowly, by the way) it mellows out, and the Brazilian wrapper starts to shine. Indeed, the back half of Bahia Brazil loses most of the spice that starts it off, replacing it with a rich, dark chocolate note and tons of toastiness. 

You want one of the best bundled cigars on the market? Look no further. I guarantee if you popped the bands off these bad boys and asked someone to guess how much they cost after enjoying one, they’d tell you $6-$7. Instead, you pay half of that, and come out on top every time. Enjoy!