What cigars do Joe Burrow and Joe Mixon smoke? We have answers.

When it comes to celebratory cigars for the Bengals, it's actually Joe Mixon that does most of the buying. 

And he's been known to pick them up at the Party Source, the Covington, Kentucky, destination for all things beer, wine, spirits, cigars and more. 

Nick Douglas, the director of humidor operations at the Party Source, said the Bengals running back is typically the one coming into the store to get "most of the smokes."

Mixon seems to be a big fan of the Drew Estate Tabak Especial flavored cigar, which is handmade in Nicaragua and is coffee-flavored with a bit of sweetness. An individual cigar costs about $9.

Drew Estate is a company started by "two frat brothers from New York," as described on its website, and began making cigars in 1996.

Those are still available at the moment at the Party Source, Douglas said. 

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LSU quarterback Joe Burrow smokes a cigar after defeating Clemson in the national championship game on Jan. 13.

What cigar does Joe Burrow smoke?

It's a little harder to get your hands on quarterback Joe Burrow's preferred cigars: He's been known to smoke a few different brands.

When the Bengals won the AFC North by beating the Chiefs, Burrow smoked a La Flor Dominicana Mysterio cigar. Douglas said that particular type is currently out of stock at the Party Source, although there are plenty of other LFDs available. Why be picky? When they're in stock, the Dominicana Mysterio is around $15.50 for an individual stick.

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