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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 #19: Well, you get what you pay for..... Never again will I smoke these cheap rags. I dont think I would even hand them out to friends - Submitted by habanohal on January 13, 2006

Review #18: Smokes great out of the box. A sure sign of better things to come. - Submitted by gabraham2785 on December 15, 2005

Review #17: Razvan, you're right! The quality of cuban tobacco is like a Bordeaux with wines, simply the best! I would definitly not buy those Dominicans again next year, I only look from batch to batch, the fact that it could be a lucky shot doesn't botther me at all... I buy enough European Cigar mags to show me the way in Cigar paradise, I taste enough cigars from all over the world every week, to know that sometimes a 'lucky' shot can taste much better than some batches of a premium cuban or non-cuban line... I don't think someone can argue with that one. You give me the name of a fantastic batch of Cuban robustos for the same price and I'll also buy them by the hundreds. Sorry, but I don't like the cheaper variants of the Quinteros or Fonseca line. But , I've learned my lesson, this is not the place to write reviews about anything else than Cubans, so you won't catch me making the same mistake again... - Submitted by Yapi on August 26, 2005

Review #16: I\'m not a big fan of the Jose L. Piedra line, but it offers a decent smoke at a fair price. The \"Nacionales\" are light to medium, providing a good Cuban tobacco taste, with notes of toast and earth. About what Yapi says: by all means, premium Dominican cigars are acceptable, but regular Dominican or Honduran stink! Only by mistake, some batches are good, but if you buy the same cigars, from the same provider, 6 or 12 months after, you get a different product, usually a much worse one. I tried lots of Dominican, Honduran or Nicaraguan makes, before focusing on Cubans, but none can compete with its Cuban rivals. It\'s not a question af prestige, it\'a a simple question of quality. Non-Cubans may be, sometimes, quite OK, but they are definitely, something else - in terms of taste, flavors and construction - than real Havanas. One more thing: a respectable smoker can find, among Cuban cigars, exceptional cigars at very decent prices. You can also find cheaper variants of the famed labels. Think about Diplomaticos, Fonseca, Por Larranaga or Quinteros. Even some expensive labels have vitolas with decent prices. It never happens with the non-Cubans! Only the most expensive non-Cuban can come close (but not quite close) to the cheap Cubans, in terms of taste, flavor, burning properties, aging, wrapper and so on. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on August 12, 2005

Review #15: For me these still are enjoyable cigars, considering the price. I reserve these for nights when I think it\'s not worth having a more expensive habano between my lips... that means, those nights when you know you\'ll drink more beer than is good for you :-). I usually smoke them halfway, what gives a nice creamy coco taste with my beers. Since we\'re in the lower cost zone of cuban cigars, I\'m going to offend the Cuban Cigar Gods just this once by giving those who prefer taste above power a fantastic tip about a fabulous cigar, the dominican \"bundle selection\" robusto! \"l\'amateur de cigare\", a well known and respectable french connaisseur magazine gives these baby\'s three stars (very high score!), and there right for every one of them!!!! 31,00 for 16, less than 2,00 a piece, I buy them by the hundreds!!! I\'m sure you can get them e.g. in Belgium, Holland and France, for the same price! A thousand times sorry, Cuban Cigar Gods, but I hope to make at least someone happy with this nice affordable cigar! - Submitted by Yapi on August 11, 2005

This cigar spans 9 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8 9

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