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Jose L. Piedra Cazadores

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:153
Format:Cazadores JLPRing:43
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:6.8
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars


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Review #64: By far the best size for this brand. A great everyday Cuban for those on a moderate budget. Much better than 95% of non-Cuban cigars on the market (except for a good Padron, Opus X, Ashton, Etc.): I genuinely consider this cigar a "must try", and it is a staple in my humidor. The draw and burn are superb, and the taste is consistent. Letting them sit for a month plus only increases the enjoyment. You cannot go wrong with these cigars! - Submitted by jcruise400 on December 17, 2006


Review #63: I like to smoke Cazadores. It is not a Premium cigar but nice for a casual smoke outdoors. Cheap and very Cuban. - Submitted by olisiponense on November 26, 2006


Review #62: I'm a newbie here, and fairly new to Cubans. But I think I know what I like and I really didn't like this. Despite being well kept in the 'dor this was a dry smoke. The skin was mottled and looked poor from the start. The flavour was very mild and it smoked like a a cheap cigar. If you were a cigarette smoker and wanted to look 'the business' then this would be a good start. Otherwise, give it a miss. - Submitted by Spikeyorkie on November 24, 2006


Review #61: To be honest I bought this cigar after reading the reviews from this site.I bought 2 bundles I smoke a couple cigars upon delivery (5 days after) OK constuction,typical Cuban strong taste a lot of smoke continous burning propably becouse is not long filler,good for outdoor activities.Since then i've been smoking one a month and the taste seems the same and monotonous. Good value for money.I dont know if with time will taste any difference.The time will show. - Submitted by giorgos on October 23, 2006


Review #60: I've started smoking cigars recently, and this was my first cuban. In comparison to the cigars I smoked before, it was great, more flavour, nicer aroma, etc. I understand now, as I progress researching and evaluating, that it's a good cigar, but, as said before, you get what you pay for, and at 6 a box of 5, you can really see. - Submitted by John Neves on October 12, 2006


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