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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 #24: Very good corona I love the fact that if I want to smoke a cuban cigar everyday I can because of the price on these. The cigar is mild to medium with a very nice cream and spice taste just got done smoking one and it left me with a nice buzz love em. - Submitted by pique212 on March 12, 2007

Review #23: I call them "my doggys" because I take them while walking the dog.Yesterday we had snow,wind and rain right into our faces and I smoked it between my teeth it gives me a kind of warm feeling, had a nice smell in my nose the taste is allright and always worth the money cant do wrong for that price (1,80€)of course the wind and snow gives us a hard time , the cigar was burning good and even when we reached the local pub where I finished it with an "Old Grant" which went very well together - Submitted by bolibeli on January 27, 2007

Review #22: I love this cigar and other sizes from Piedra. For me it is light with just enough of all the things I like about smoking. A nice scotch goes well with it. You cannot beat this 'stick' for the price. I now know why the locals in Cuba like these. - Submitted by Doctoxin on December 26, 2006

Review #21: A cheap machine finished, medium filler bland cigar. Tastes of mellow, light-medium strength Cuban tobacco with a bit of sweetness - that's all you get. Construction is nothing special at all and wrappers can look very ugly sometimes often finding tightly rolled sticks. If you just fancy a quick smoke at a cheap price sure, but if you want to actually enjoy a Havana cigar do yourself a favour and get a hand rolled long filler Habano, it's more than well woth the extra money if you care about quality. For what it is, a semi machine made, medium filler cigar made from the left overs from the proper Habanos...5/10. - Submitted by A. Dyer on July 12, 2006

Review #20: One of my favourite smokes,value for money is good and so is the taste.good construction not tight or loose.A nice leathery taste and good tobacco flavours,I enjoy them with a good scotch and will continue to do so for some time. - Submitted by aussie shaun on July 11, 2006

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