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Jose L. Piedra Cazadores

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

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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

Review #30: After all the rave reviews, I decided to try out this cigar. My tobacconist was reluctant to sell them to me, but to his honor, he opened all boxes of the Cazadores he owned and chose the best 5 of them (in Greece they are sold in carton packs of 5). The choice was made according to wrapper consistency, colour, humidity, elasticity and aroma. After 3 weeks in my humidor, and when I was certain they had the appropriate to my taste humidity level, I smoked 2 of them in a time difference of 1 week. The consistency of the wrapper was hard, harsh, as one would expect from a machine cigar. The burn was even, continuous, producing a firm, thick ass. The smoke was without draw problems, however the tobacco filler is very finely cut and sometimes got into the mouth. The first third was very mild, uneventful, with very small hints of spice and earth. The middle third gave away traces of humid earth, and leather. The last third was equally uneventful. Overall, the taste was defenitely Cuban, albeit a simple one. I would characterize this cigar as "cheap and cheerful". It is defenitely a very economical and wise way for a newcomer to get introduced into the joy of Cuban cigars. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on December 5, 2004

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