Here's a long-established brand with an all-new blend and a unique type of tobacco - Henry Clay Rustic Cheroots.
First off, the name is a little inaccurate. A cheroot is a rough-hewn cigar that's open on both ends, so this isn't really a cheroot. These panatelas have pigtail caps and folded-over feet. That aside, these are some seriously tasty sticks. Both the wrapper and binder are made from Connecticut Broadleaf tobacco. Also, one piece of the long-fillers are a robust and unique tobacco called Capa Dura which is a leaf that grows after the main leaves are harvested. The resulting cigars give a real burst of flavor on first light, and there's a load of coffee, sweet wood and spice as it goes along. Here's a smaller cigar that packs a real medium to full-bodied punch, at a pretty nice price.