Why would there be a cigar review on a cannabis focused website? For one, we just couldn’t help reviewing Game Cigars after trying the white Peach flavor, and two, if you roll how we roll (pun-intended) then you might want to know a bit more about the best tobacco leaf options out there.
Why would there be a cigar review on a cannabis-focused website? For one, we just couldn’t help reviewing Game Cigars after trying the white Peach flavor, and two, if you roll how we roll (pun-intended) then you might want to know a bit more about blunt wrapper options out there.
Game cigars are made by the popular Dominican cigar brand; Garcia y Vega. The company has a long history in the cigar industry, in fact, they’ve been around since 1882. That’s a long time for anyone to be making anything. So, if you’re a beginner blunt roller or looking to get into cigars, then you might want to look at these guys.
The company offers a vast array of cigar lines including the high-end Gran Premio, Grand Corona, the Garcia y Vega Maduro, and finally, the popular Game Cigar. Although the company entered the North American market decades ago, their Game Cigar line was only introduced to the U.S. market in 2007.
I could cut to the chase and tell you that the best flavor they’ve come out with is the white peach limited edition, if you like a nice and sweet aroma that is. But leaving it there would be a shame because the list of options on game leaf and cigars is long and the first one is just as awesome a the next one.
Game Cigars are Garcia y Vega’s most popular cigar line and come in flavored selections including, Wine, Honey, Vanilla, White Grape, Black Cherry, and the aforementioned White Peach. The Game also comes in a non-flavored option simply called “Green”. No, it’s not what you’re thinking, green is just their version of a green tobacco-leaf rolled cigar intended for the earthy flavor enthusiasts. While the sweeter options provide a milder smoke and make a great option for beginners who aren’t quite there yet with the strong flavor of tobacco.
Regardless of which way you go, all Game Cigars are machine-rolled using a homogenized tobacco leaf binder, with natural Indonesian wrappers, and Caribbean basin Cuban seed tobacco fillers. Although machine-made cigars carry the taboo of lesser quality, machine rolling allows Game Cigars to offer a precise and smooth smoking pattern every single time.
The size of this cigar suggests it works great if all you’re after is a quick smoke on your lunch break or as a carry-on for an unexpected trip. But don’t be fooled, regardless of its size this cigar still offers a smooth and slow burn.
Garcia y Vega also provides Game Leaf for the cigar and blunt rollers alike. Carefully crafted and cured, Game Leaf is available now in resealable 2-stick and 5-stick pouches. As with the pre-rolled cigars, Game Leaf comes in all flavors mentioned before, in addition to a few others which include; Cognac, Natural, White Russian, Sweet Aromatic, and Wild Berry flavors.