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Jose L. Piedra Cazadores

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Cazadores JLPRing:43
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:6.8
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

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Review #81: You can't beat this cigar for the price. Have been smoking ones from 2000 and they are good. Bit of a tight draw and definately one dimensional but just right for a quick after work smoke or to take to the golf course. - Submitted by jimbo1973 on August 25, 2007

Review #80: I had my first one of these last night. I can say that this was the first cuban cigar I did not finish. I found the flavor to be harsh and the draw to be tight. After the 4th relight, I decided if it went out again to put it down. It went out again. I smoke cigars for the relaxing experience. This cigar just made me a little angry. But, what can I expect for $1.50 cuban cigar? - Submitted by jkeller115 on July 24, 2007

Review #79: Big smoke compared to the Cremas that i normally smoke.Rustic flavour with a leathery come pepper taste.Good construction and not to many veins.From light up till when i threw away the nub it was a real Cuban smoke.At aus $10 a stick it lived up to my expectations from the J.L.P factory.Matched up nicely with a single malt scotch. - Submitted by aussie shaun on July 15, 2007

Review #78: Again the same thing as always with jlp's.Some of them are very good,some others not so good.This is a long smoke with easy draw but i have found a lack in taste..Is so monotonous.Also some burning problems..The Conservas are better to me.Anyway ,a real Cuban cigar for this low price.Smoke them at the beach with friends and cold beers ;) - Submitted by nikolaros on June 17, 2007

Review #77: Most of us need a budget beer cigar for later in the evening after our taste buds are somewhat hammered. This beats all the non-cubans I've tried at a similar price. Some do have construction problems but they have a salty, rustic charm and some degree of cuban gravitas. They are not exactly subtle but nor am I after 7 pints of warm british beer. Great value at Spanish prices. - Submitted by CastroGTX on June 16, 2007

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