A cheroot is a type of cigar that is short, thin, and often unfiltered. It typically has a straight shape, with both ends cut flat, and is made from a blend of tobacco leaves. Cheroots originated in the Caribbean but have since been produced in other parts of the world, including India, the Philippines, and the United States.
Cheroots are often associated with a rustic, old-fashioned style and are typically less expensive than traditional cigars. They are also known for their strong, intense flavors, which can be either sweet or spicy, depending on the blend.
Cheroots are usually consumed in a shorter amount of time than traditional cigars due to their smaller size, and the lack of filter means that smoke is directly inhaled into the mouth. While they may not be as refined or elegant as traditional cigars, cheroots are often popular with those who enjoy a strong, full-bodied smoke.