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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 #11: Bought a pack of five, all were a bit veiny with some minor differencies on the wrapper color (not a problem for me). A bit of pepper and earth on the flavor and a discreet final and aftertaste (it won't survive to a chewing gum/toothpaste attack). Smoother than the expected for this size and ring and me being a rookie, I liked this cigar. Of course that being about €1 each helps also :) As reviewer #10 stated, have your lighter near, they do tend to burn uneven. - Submitted by Tartulho on October 26, 2004


Review #10: Well, still in nirvana! I just smoked Conservas and my grandmotherīs herbs and flowers are still living! (Some cowboy just bured his booths at the campfire). Heard some rumours JLPīs are made cutoffs of some proud cigarmakers, if so I accept. Nice evenig and nice cigar. PS dont forget your lighter, the burn is sometimes uneven. - Submitted by rookie on October 21, 2004


Review #9: Although I'm a regular smoker of JLP cigars, it took me some time to define the Conservas, comparing to Petit Cetros or Cremas. Certainly, the Conservas are smoother, like a discreet reminder of the far more expensive H. Upmann cigars. They also look well and the draw is excellent. But I think they lack personality and punch. For their dimensions, they're too smooth and the flavors are quite flat. Not one of my favorites. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on September 16, 2004


Review #8: I am not sure why this size is rated higher than the Cazadore. IMHO, it has far more manufacturing flaws. - Submitted by poupon on July 13, 2004


Review #7: lt has a good commercial quality.Good draw with cedar and earthy notes.light to medium bodied with short final.you should try it. - Submitted by boss on June 5, 2004


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