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Jose L. Piedra Brevas

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Brevas JLPRing:42
Weight:8,63 gr.Score:6.3
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

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Review #28: The first 25 i smoked were great, even burn and good draw but they were 6 mo old-these really need some time to mellow - the last box i smoked had some tight draws and bitter taste-my last box is really young so will put away for 3 mo. i will let you know then. - Submitted by SPENC708 on February 27, 2007

Review #27: If you want to smoke an honest Cuban cigar with good aroma and typical cuban taste on the sweet side,give them a try .Give them time to rest for a while,cause they are young and full of "green"flavours and ammonia.Then enjoy a good Cuban cigar,not very complex,or "beautiful", but flavorful, honest,characterized by the simplicity of the people who smoke them. - Submitted by nikolaros on February 24, 2007

Review #26: Not a bad little cigar and typical of the Piedra line. The draw is just a little tight but the smoke and aroma go well with a cup of expresso and even a good bold sumatran coffee. Usually I have a scotch when I smoke but this seems to be a morning cigar and has some qualities of roasted coffee. - Submitted by Doctoxin on January 3, 2007

Review #25: This is a great cigar for those who like Cuban tobacco but don't want to pay an arm and leg for it. I pulled one of these out of my otterbox while playing poker and was pleasantly surprised. This one had been sitting in my humi for several months and it really showed. The flavors came thru nice and strong despite the fact that I had smoked several non-Cubans beforehand. The burn was a little off, but nothing that couldn't be fixed by rotating the cigar. This is the cigar I have on hand to introduce my friends to Cuban tobacco. - Submitted by jcwbnimble on February 17, 2006

Review #24: I had this as an opening act before I tasted my second PSP2. I must like mild cigars, because I liked puffing on this stogie. It is nothing too marvelous. Yet, it had a good draw and good cuban taste. It relaxed me. Objectively, it is underfilled and had slightly dark tan wrapper. The taste is sigular in nature. It is an optional daytime smoke. Or, as in my case, a good first cigar of the day. I find it better than the QyH Brevas...It is the poor man's porsche of cuban cigars. - Submitted by HUC on January 9, 2006

This cigar spans 16 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [11] 12 13 14 15 16

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