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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 #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


Review #59: Well, I wasnt surprised. I figured when I dropped 6 quarters and 2 dimes for a cuban cigar it wasnt going to be great. Boy is that an understatement. Roasted Vomit with a nice dry bile finish. Save your buck fifty and buy a half gallon of gas. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006


Review #58: Well, I'm surprised. These had been sitting in my humidor for the last three months, forgotten about and not something I was looking forward to smoking. Wow! The difference... Remarkable... This particular cigar tasted of sweet cocoa and had lost all the bitterness that I'd noted previously. Good flavours but not particularily complex, three months in a humidor had made these worth at least 5 times what I paid for them. - Submitted by aromatic on April 22, 2006


Review #57: I just recently started enjoying the full flavour of CUBAN cigars. I started out with these sticks and have found that although they don't burn even if let sit in the hummidor they have an enjoyable taste and aroma. - Submitted by Lord Allenbrooke III on April 10, 2006


Review #56: I kind of see where many people come from here, but I dissagree. It's cheap, sure, but it still tastes bland, construction is crummy and burns hot quickly. The best machine made Cuban is the Partagás Petit Coronas Especiales (though they need a couple of years maturing). These are crummy cigars at a cheap price. If you find well constructed ones they are ok for a beginner who can't afford a proper Havana - or to palm off on casual smoking friends lol. - Submitted by A. Dyer on April 7, 2006


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