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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 #35: i just bought a box of 25 because my supplier had run out of the vegueros seoanes. the cigar had a firm, even draw, the ash only falling twice. wasn't able to taste much until the second half of the cigar, and even when i did, it reminded me of the taste of a swisher sweet, only without the sugary wrapper. all in all, it's an ok cigar, but for a bit more $$$, you can get a much better smoke. i would recommend this for the beginner smoker, as it's not expensive (approx. $4 per smoke) nor is it too strong. - Submitted by canuckia on January 29, 2005


Review #34: Cattleherd is so near.. they are crushing the soil with their feet, horses are swetting, saddles are smelling as they are, old leather, and cowboys are making their campfire! What a smell, found some old cedarroot. Now they are making a little dinner with some beef and herbs. Well, I am not the poet, Jari and Olli are! I`ll recommenend these ones (by the mean, cigars at all) who need some new experiences to live with! - Submitted by seasons in finland on January 7, 2005


Review #33: Was given a box of these beauties by my girlfriend's grandparents. I usually smoke Hamlets (small rubbish cigars made by Benson & Hedges in UK - 3 a pack of 5) so these are a bit of a treat for me. Incredibly mild smoke, no burning problems and a very pleasant aftertaste - not too dry, not too fruity. Would recommend these to anyone who enjoys a mild smoke as I do or just upgrading their smoking habbits from cigarettes. - Submitted by MrNadgers on January 2, 2005


Review #32: excellent cigar for the money. - Submitted by unknown on December 20, 2004


Review #31: Just smoked one of these wonderfuly cheap cigars,Bolivar is my smoke but a good stout cuban at half the price I pay for my petite coronas. (don't get me wrong it's not Bolivar stout but stout all the same) I have to say i was really supprised. I also can't say my box has had any draw problems what so ever, maybe i lucked out and got a really good box but mine burned perfect!! & like most cubans its true nature and flavor was not revealed till the second 1/2. - Submitted by Dr. Bob on December 7, 2004


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