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Jose L. Piedra Conservas

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:140
Format:Conservas JLPRing:44
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:7.0
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars


Average user rating


Review #41: Pretty good cigar for the price. Much better flavour than the Petit Cetros. These are the perfect "DECOY" cigars to keep on hand so your "occasional cigar smokin'buddies" don't get into your good stash. - Submitted by mnoverboard on February 18, 2007


Review #40: they are o.k. a little one sided but for the money a bargain...let them rest - Submitted by smores on January 23, 2007


Review #39: Wow! at half the price, these are twice better than the similarly-sized but inconsistent Monte 4s. this is simply straight up Cuban tobacco flavor with loads of wood and coffee notes. a best buy! - Submitted by chrisboy on January 22, 2007


Review #38: The Conservas is one of the better cigars I have smoked. It is far better than even a Pardon 64 Anniversary and for only 1/5 the price. I still like the Nacionales, Brevas, and Cazadores and have yet to try the Petit Cetros or Cremas but suspect they are of equal quality. It seems strange talking about the quality of a 2 dollar cigar but when it is Cuban tobacco you are refering to then it is not hard to imagine. Still, you are going to have to spend a lot of money to find an equal Nicaraguan or Dominican that will compare. The only ones that come close which I keep in my humidors as a standard smoke for me are various cigars from Oliva. If you have not tried a Piedra you will not be dissappointed when you do. I hope that their hand-rolled will become available some day but for a machine made cigar they will match up to any of the better non-Cuban brands (unless you are going to smoke a Partagas 160... but then you are paying 20 dollars to smoke one which is a bit high for my budget). - Submitted by Doctoxin on January 3, 2007


Review #37: One of the best for machine made.A typical havana aroma for not much money. A cigar for every day - Submitted by cortogenovese on December 21, 2006


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