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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 #149: JAN 12 For the price it certainly is a big and good smoke. Has a pretty bad after taste, but for 6 bucks a piece, what do you expect? They are horrible tasting, but if you have are used to smoking a lot, it will be pretty mild and decent tasting. Not for beginners. - Submitted by mprime2003 on April 29, 2014


Review #148: These sticks straight of the bat are pretty foul. They are bitter, dirty, grassy, fumey (if that makes sense) and the decent wood and spice flavour you do get is ruin buy the harsh smoke. Performance is pretty poor too - never had an even burn on any of these. However, If you un-pack them and sit them in a cedared humidor for two years, give them another go. The smoke is much smoother, the wood and spice are much more noticeable along with a rather pleasant nutty tones. The smoke is still grassy, but not as bad. Construction is still poor so expect no change there. - Submitted by aperkins on April 24, 2014


Review #147: FEB 08 I have smoked a number of these over the years and though rarely a pretty stick they have mostly been enjoyable smokes. Some boxes from good years such as 2008 and 2012 can compete with the major Cuban marques. I would venture to guess that your friends that smoke mostly NC would not be disappointed. Very good for the $. - Submitted by wahoo33 on January 24, 2014


Review #146: Josť L. Piedra is a particularly noteworthy Habano because it is made from leaf grown exclusively in the Vuelta Arriba tobacco-growing region.The Piedra family came to Cuba in the 1880s from the Spanish province of Asturias. They settled near the town of Santa Clara, which lies at the heart of the Vuelta Arriba region where tobacco has been grown since the 16th Century, and started to make cigars.The second generation led by Josť Lamadrid Piedra founded and developed the brand whose name we know today.All seven of the Josť L. Piedra sizes are made using the traditional "totalmente a mano, tripa corta" -Totally hand made, short filler technique. Flavour Ranking: Medium to Full. - Submitted by zdemachkie on January 22, 2014


Review #145: This is a horrible cigar; I recently purchased two of them to have as any everyday smoke. What a waste it was a cheap option but as the saying goes "you get what you paid for". - Submitted by boch on January 4, 2014


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