$39.99 for box of 20 cigars from Cigars International, which includes the additional $20 CI bucks for future purchases. Unfortunately shipping is $7.99 with their super saver option ***EDIT use VACATION for free shipping***, but for even $48 (less $20) it comes to a mere $1.40 a stick. You have choice between 4 blends (descriptions below).
No, these are not popular nor likely known cigars and i'm sure people will sling around the terms like dog-rockets and yardgars, but for the price, and me not personally having tried these - I still think it's a pretty good deal to at least check them out.
There are currently no reviews on these, but on Cigars.com it rates average [cigar.com]
Connecticut, Maduro, Nicaragua, and Gold, 4 long-filler blends, a slew of sizes, all a tick south of $2 apiece + $20 in CI Bucks for next round. That's no typo, son. That's history being made. Make haste, and get yours while you still can.
Connecticut (original) - comprised of a Dominican binder, all-Dominican long-filler leaves, and a Connecticut Shade wrapper grown in Ecuador. A classic mellow-bodied experience that's creamy, smooth, and enjoyable to the nub.
Maduro - full of aged Dominican long-fillers and a pristine Ecuador wrapper that's chocolaty-brown. Wrangles up a mellow to medium-bodied experience brimming with spices, cream, sweetness, and toast.
Gold - mellow to medium-bodied, with a slightly sweetened cap, you could burn these long into the night. Made from all Dominican long-fillers, Don Rafael Gold is finished off with a pristine golden-brown wrapper.
Nicaragua - rich and medium-bodied, each cigar is crafted with a gorgeous Habano wrapper atop aged Nicaragua long-fillers. Complex, and boasting notes of coffee, pepper, and leather, it's quickly become a fan-favorite