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Guantanamera Cristales

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Guantanamera Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:2.8
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In plastic tubes) Boxes of 5, 10 and 25.

Average user rating

Review #97: ---   A neighbor thought she was doing me a favor by bringing back a "Cuban cigar" from her trip overseas. I just wish that she brought me soap-on-a-rope instead because at least I would have had something to go with this Cristales rope she presented to me. When I lit up, the aroma of fresh dog feces came to mind. The middle part had a hint of sour milk and the finish was reminiscent of human regurgitation. This is a must Christmas gift for anyone that you loathe. - Submitted by Kevv on September 26, 2009

Review #96: Honestly-i can't smoke it-if it's even free i can't anyway.Taste is more than cheap and awful.I tried one days ago,and that's it no more of these craps.What makes me wonder-cuban,but machine-rolled...the only machine-rolled cuban cigars.Of course they are going to be at the bottom-as quality,taste,smell,look. - Submitted by Big_Slick on September 12, 2009

Review #95: I bought a box of ten in the Cancun airport during a recent trip to Mexico. At 20 USD for the box, you certainly get what you pay for. The machine construction looks horrible and the pre-cut foot falls apart in mid smoke. I would suggest though that the main fault of these cigars is consistency and quality control. The first cigar I pulled from the box was way above average for a two-dollar cigar, beating out other budget models like the Alcazar Maduro or Quorums. The second, however, tasted like a giant Marlboro. If I can manage four more good smokes out of this box, I won't feel bad. You get what you pay for. - Submitted by stan916 on August 31, 2009

Review #94: I got a few of these from my friends dad along with 1 cohiba Siglo IV. Although I do notice a big difference in quality (cohiba is also over 3x the price), these cigars are not that bad for the occasional smoker like myself who doesn't want to break the bank. It's actually very hard to find an inexpensive cigar that's this good. Most of the cheapies I've found are like smoking electrical tape with leaves in it. Not great, but not bad, and good for the money. - Submitted by jubbjubb on August 10, 2009

Review #93: Exhibited none of the good qualities I associate with a Cuban. Smelled like a musty basement and smoked like a dusty attic. It's inexpensive, but likely this cigar isn't worth your time at any price. - Submitted by Ned on July 29, 2009

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