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Lord Beaconsfield

The lord gets dethroned! 

Produced by the General Cigar Company (makers of such fine blends as Macanudo and Partagas), Lord Beaconsfield has long been considered one of the best values on the market. Unfortunately, it’s time we play a little good news/bad news. The bad news: this popular blend has been discontinued. The good news: we bought up all we could, and we’re ready to sling these blends to you for pennies on the dollar. 

Crafted with leftover tobaccos from Hoyo de Monterrey and Punch cigars, Lord Beaconsfield is a long-filler handmade from the Dominican Republic. Each smooth and mellow blend in these boxes of 50 delivers a sweet creaminess, along with slight hints of toasty tobacco. 

Pick up a box today, and save a boatload. 50 cigars are yours, for just over a buck a pop.

Size
Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Double Corona Candela (7.2"x46)
Box of 50 In Stock $100.00
save $40.0140% off
$59.99
Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 Based on 4 Ratings

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5 out of 5
Excellent candela.
My only disappointment is that the have been discontinued! It is so difficult even finding a good candela these days. The taste is mild with just a hint of sweetness early on, a gentle aroma, and a no-bite finish. Thanks CI for buying up the remaining boxes.
4 out of 5
Good yard /work smoke!
With the low price you can burn one while mowing the grass. They burn well and have a decent flavor. I had to poke a couple and the candela wrapper is not my favorite but overall a good buy.
5 out of 5
Never got them. Got stolen
Never got them. Got stolen off my porch I’m guessing!
4 out of 5
Decent for a cheap cigar
Got these for a buck each so not expecting much. Flavor is ok but has that candela twang. Usually a good draw but a few needed the poker to help open them up. Not bad for a buck but CI knockoffs are much better for just a few cents more.