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Jose L. Piedra Nacionales

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Nacionales JPLRing:42
Weight:8,63 gr.Score:6.0
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

Average user rating

Review #34: The first cuban cigar I've smoked. Not bad, not bad at all. Would I buy it again? Yes, no doubt about it. - Submitted by Major Tom on May 10, 2009

Review #33: I purchased two Nacionales to smoke over the Christmas period with a couple of special edition Partagas cigars, which I had put aside. Back home I took a good look at the two cigars, and they seemed different. One of the cigars was a smaller gauge. The bigger cigar had an oily wrapper. At first I thought that my regular cigar merchant had made a mistake. However, I soon realised that I had entered the crazy world of Jose L.Piedra cigars. I decided to smoke the smaller cigar which had a tight wrapper, compared to the bigger cigar. When I lit the cigar and took the first draw, I got a mouthful of tobacco dust or something similar which was a bit unpleasant. My first impression was that it felt like an average machine made smoke. However, as I appoached half way, things got interesting. I started to get a raw tobacco taste which filled my mouth and seemed to travel up to my head. A third of the way in, I started to enjoy the cigar even more, and I started to experience a rounded creamy flavour which was a nice suprise. In addition, I wasn't left with a heavy nicotine taste which I feared might happen from this cheaper cigar. I have yet to smoke the second Nacionales cigar, and the experience might be different-let us see. However, I must admit this was a good smoke for a cheap Cuban cigar. In many ways, the cigar, specifically the aroma, reminded me of the summer months I spent as child in Southern Spain during the 1970's. This was the type of cigar smoked by the old boys sitting in the bars watching football after a hard day at work. This sound Cuban cigar is for the basic hombre in the street, and not for the detached gentleman sitting in an exclusive club. I like this cigar. - Submitted by rafael on December 24, 2008

Review #32: I really wanted to like this cigar. I really did, what with the price and all, but I'm afraid I found it dull. The first half, I found to be far too mild and tasteless while the second was really rough. A bit like sticking a Silk Cut on the end of a Marlboro! Not for me, I'm afraid.... - Submitted by celsis on December 23, 2008

Review #31: The bands did change with the issuing of the "Petit Cazadores" vitola inside the JLP brand last year. Nothing wrong about it! - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on November 16, 2008

Review #30: Yes, I know it. They changed them not a very long time ago. And I think, they're nice too... - Submitted by Ignifaxius on November 16, 2008

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