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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


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Review #36: Posted 2nd review back in 2004? Still smoking the Piedra Conservas. Granted, they are not top drawer. Are not meant to be. But when I go to my local tobacconist and buy expensive trendy Dominicans & Nicaraguans I am almost always disappointed. Then I light up another JLP and it's there - that Cuban aroma, that piquant feel and earthy ligero richness. It's a Cuban and it smells like tobacco to me. It reminds me of growing up in a Virginia tobacco town where in late summer the whole town smelled sweet. Most "domestic" cigars taste like dried leaves in comparison. Considering the relative easy burn of medium filler, mine don't want to go out. So I enjoy a few Cohibas & Ramon Allones, (enjoyed a box of SLR Regios this summer) but usually grab a Conserva when I leave the house. - Submitted by oceans11 on December 20, 2006


Review #35: Hola. I enjoy Conservas and Cazadores, I find both a nice morning after coffee smoke. No special aging process required to enjoy them. Cheap and very old style Cuban smoke. - Submitted by olisiponense on December 17, 2006


Review #34: this was my first ever cigar, and whilst it may not be considered the best smoke out there (i'm yet to get to those) i enjoyed it. ain't that the whole point of a cigar, to enjoy it? i liked the price too. my only complaint was the lack of that wonderful smell you get from most cubans... a great cigar, that i treat as a small gift to myself for a good week, but not a big treat like a cohiba for a birthday... just a good smoke. - Submitted by sammyboy on October 23, 2006


Review #33: Great smoke for the price, good earthy cuban flavour if a bit one dimensional. I have smoked quite a few of these, yes there is sometimes a problem with uneven burn and yes the last 1/3 can become acrid. But for an everyday cuban they are good but when you consider the price they are unbeatable. - Submitted by submarine on September 13, 2006


Review #32: Excellent cigar for machine made, first 2/3 wonderful, nice deep leather taste, kinda like a real good $10.00+ dominican, nice even burn, appearence was not good as can be expected on a machine made, aroma was a bit musky and people didnt like it much, so I would say this is a great outdoor cigar, for the price it cant be beat, the cheapest cuban will beat the best dominican any day, there are simply stated complexities and nuances to cuban tobacco that just cant be duplicated by any other country. try this cigar - Submitted by wheelinco on March 25, 2006


This cigar spans 20 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 [14] 15 16 17 18 19 20



 
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