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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 #86: FEB 12 Very nice cigar value for money - Submitted by Kosvas on February 20, 2013


Review #85: MAR 11 These have been in my humidore for nearly six months, about half way through the box now. At first they tasted quite rough, but have aged quite well in a short time. Construction and wrappers are quite good for short filler - still rustic though (in a good way). Draw is perfect and burns pretty well (if you light it well). Strong tobacco, earth and spice with mushroom final third. Nice aroma. With a little age these are quite a good cigar in their own right and have a spot of their own in my humi for when a no nonsence puro is needed. - Submitted by SydneyMan on December 25, 2012


Review #84: Not enjoyable as I am a rookie I have just learnt what a bad cigar is, only good thing is the price. - Submitted by David Hughes on October 31, 2012


Review #83: NOV 08 This is not a cigar which you would celebrate a birth of your firstborn son. It is machine made from tobacco from Vuelte Arriba, construction is OK, little underfilled with a dark chocolate vein-free wrapper finished with a single cap. But, Taste is medium strength with a rich aroma reminising some R&J cigars. True cubanesque flavor for $2 per stick. Outstanding value - better than most $5 non-cuban cigars! My favorite "cheapie"!!! - Submitted by paulmiklo on May 9, 2012


Review #82: FOR $3 A STICK, HOW CAN YOU BEAT IT? I JUST HAD A COHIBA SICLO 2 AND IT WAS COMPARABLE! - Submitted by pmonroe on January 22, 2012


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