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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 #66: a traditional very good everyday cuban, with very earthy rough undertones and rather very spicy when aged. - Submitted by DG on February 9, 2009


Review #65: I have tried some from cardbroad box with white band.Mediocre contruction. Wrapper colorado claro.Burn well,need little correction.Spice and leather, light coffe taste in the first third, second part ist milder, sweet herbal, past third light roasted coffee, cocoa.Light to medium bodied cigar.8 star vor the price. - Submitted by kml on February 9, 2009


Review #64: Smoke a few with 3 years of aging and man this sticks are a bomb of spiciness and a very earthy core nearly a little sharp on the end. But considering the price a great stick filled with cuban flavors. - Submitted by DG on January 10, 2009


Review #63: Recently bought a bundle from my usual supplier. Have smoked about 15 and every single one has tunneled to the extent that its unsmokeable. Last week I was given a few by a friend and feared the worst. But they're quite good, perfectly constructed with bags of flavour. What is going on with Cuban cigars. It seems that quality control has disappeared - Submitted by gazmac on December 8, 2008


Review #62: What a pleasant surprise this cigar has turned out to be! After reading the reviews, and checking out the prices (which are less than some of the non-cuban sandwich cigars I see advertised), I ordered a box. Leave it to say that I just reordered more because I've nearly gone through the entire box. I also passed a few out to friends and relatives who appreciate a good cigar, and they've all enjoyed them, too. At first I figured this is a cigar to keep stashed away and pass out when the "moochers" come by to visit. Instead, I feel good when I hand anyone a JLP... I know they will enjoy it. Bravo. - Submitted by HappyJack on October 27, 2008


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