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Jose L. Piedra Petit Cetros

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:ThinLength:127
Format:Petit Cetros JPLRing:38
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:6.7
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

Jose L. Piedra Petit Cetros Review:

A lighter bodied pantela size, smooth and if well rolled, the cigar draws nicely developping earthy, rawer, slightly pungy flavors, a solid, native, more rustic Cuban cigar at a very fair price.

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Review #53: prix des petits cetros en ballots de 25 - Submitted by forment on December 10, 2016


Review #52: JUN 13 Smoked through a bundle of 25--pleasantly surprised. Tight roll, draw a bit firm. Wrappers light brown with a touch of pale but smooth. True medium body with no lack of flavors, none unpleasant. Very pleasant grassy/herbal flavors with touches of woodiness. Reminds me of a late 90's Vegueros. Steady throughout and no harshness whatsoever. Excellent, slow burning. Strength 3/5. Not particularly complex or evolving but pleasant from beginning to end. Smoked many, many premium marcas worse than this. At the price, an absolute gem. Terrific outdoor cigar for fishing or golf. Flavors never weak. I just happened to smoke a Oliva Serie V Melanio (C.A.'s cigar of the year 2014) and a Tatuaje a few days before and I have to say I prefer this! At the price it's a no-brainer. 89/100 - Submitted by nsxcigar on August 22, 2015


Review #51: I smoked about 9 of these without aging. Not especially good but still had the all familiar cuban taste. These sticks reminded me of an unrefined, raw Monte Cristo. Today I smoked one that had been "aged" in the humidor for 7 months- wow what a difference! These are "cheap" cubans compared to others- $25 for a pack of 5. I think if you age them for a time as I did they are well worth the money, not as sophisticated as premium Cubans, but still worth buying when a regular cigar is needed. Save the premium ones for special occasions... - Submitted by old buzzard on January 5, 2014


Review #50: I tried my first one tonight. well rolled firm and with a beautiful strong perfume., this JLP surprised me for his direct robustness and extremely pleasant flavour. I experienced a few draw issues ( I initially used a hole puncher but ended up having to use the guillotine to solve the draw problem) it burned well with even ash and consistent increase in intensity. A great Cuban for the price. I will definitely keep some in my humidor - Submitted by frenzy on July 4, 2013


Review #49: Great brand for the price. Although for this size it seems most have draw problem. Had better luck with Petit Cazadores. Bigger rings and shorter Cigars are always consistent. - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on June 11, 2013


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