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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

Average user rating

Review #68: MAR 08 Rich, full flavour with splendid aroma. I have smoked hundreds of these, and they are as well balanced as any premium brand. One of my favorites, especially considering the cost. - Submitted by juiceguden on August 25, 2012

Review #67: Since mid 2002, this cigar is offered in a Hand Made short-filler format. :-D - Submitted by jenkinschristopher on June 1, 2012

Review #66: This is my first ever review. The jlp brevas caught my eye based on the low price. I came here for a read, bought a few loose sticks and smoked one just yesterday. A little dry and boring at first, then some good flavours started to come in the second third. I got my self a black coffee and enjoyed the rest. Burned great until the start of the last third. Hit a big lump and had to correct it. Got going again and some more good chocolate and mocha flavours with my plain black coffee. 8 for taste, 5 for construction. This info here is a little dated. It now has a white band and is a hand made short filler. - Submitted by nxspam on April 28, 2012

Review #65: i am a fan of this cigar, i had a hoyo wich costs like 10 jlp and surprise it was a bad smoke...totaly bad, i cannot understand,a great looking hoyo tasting like ass.burning like it was made from tree leaves and old persons spit...i offerd my jlp to the companion and he agreed that is a good smoke so all the best and ole for jose lamadrid piedra short fillers - Submitted by borsecrosu on August 2, 2011

Review #64: ---   I don't know, I have been smoking Partagas (D4, P2, shorts), Bolivar (petit coronas, Royal Coronas) and Cohiba (siglo various) for a little while now... but these are great cigars in their own right! Cheap yes, but it has some real flavor too! The JLP cremas is the first Cuban I ever smoked and is what got me hooked. Immediately I got a bit obsessed and had to try some more prestigious brands. I really like all the above mentioned cigars, but spending so much dough for a single stick and to repeatedly get duds... well not duds, but ones that aren't memorable is a huge letdown. Good for occasional (special smokes), but I was spending a fortune on these things. On a whim I bought a five of Brevas for $12.50 CAN to curb the mid week passage to the serie D #4 (fridays) and I am kind of excited. Cremas were a bit loose packed, but these are full feeling. I mean they feel like a real cigar. Burn was perfect and no re-lights. Taste was, dare I say, like a Bolivar Petit Coronas in the 2/3 and had an aftertaste (was smoking quite fast due to the Canadian winter) like a Partagas. I mean that in the way that when I smoke a Partagas a bit fast it has a grapefruity, woody taste. But I got coffee, and coco out of it and I was really suprised. This is a smoke that you don't feel you have to appreciate too. If it gets boring, put it out. For the money spent you don't feel commited to it like the investment peice we often have. It frees the mind and therfor it can be a fun experience. Something you can pull out whenever. Many people say a working mans smoke, but I say this is a Cuban for the everyman. I liked it! - Submitted by Ryan Sawatzky on February 23, 2011

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