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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 #51: In agreement with review #49 these are a great cuban for their price. No suprises, simple medium flavour the whole way through. Construction is to a resonably high standard with a good burn. These would have to be one of the best low budget cubans. - Submitted by mk029 on November 8, 2005

Review #50: As with everything else in life, you get what you pay for. I bought a 5 pack and had one straight out of the box. It was the only cigar that made me light-headed. It lit well, not needing any help to ignite. Flavour was present at the beginning, but faded fast to a strange bitter taste for the last 1/3. I had another one tonight after 2 weeks in the humidor and it was the same, but no head-spins this time. They lasted over an hour but I had to monitor them to ensure they stayed lit. I gave this cigar a low mark and will not buy it again. I like to enjoy my cigar experiences, but unfortunately, the Cazadores didn't do it for me. - Submitted by puff_paddy on October 30, 2005

Review #49: To extend from Revieweres 44 and 46, friends these are a v/nice cigar for the price. I purchased a 5 pack from my local reputable tobacconist for $3.40US or $2.82EUR each stick. Now where can you get a Cuban cigar at a store this size, for that price? When smoking these, one must remember their origin and compare apples-to-apples. These are not similar to any Cohiba, Bolivar, Hoyo, RyJ, Patagas, or any of the major hand-made vitolas. If you buy this because of the price, and anticipate the same quality of the high priced, you may be in for a shock. Smoke these for what they are, Cuban tobacco cigars. Because I purchased them in a 5 pack, they come with no manufacture/date stamp. The only way to ensure these cigars is to purchase and put away in your own humi, thus dating then. The one I lit took 5 matches, with no draw to light. Is this good, yes for this type of cigar. Is this aged enough, probably amother 6 months. All my sticks are veiny, but the general contruction is V/good. Mellow earth tones at pre-draw which continue after light-up. Consitant burn through the whole stick. Never harsh, but never a slap-in-your-face gotta have it like the Partegas. Overall, this is a v/good nickle-and-dime Cuban cigar for general purpose. If you must to smoke a Cuban cigar on a limited budget, or again want a Cuban cigar for everyday purpose without wasting the higher-quality ones to be used when one can enjoy, this cigar is for you. - Submitted by Don Diego on July 23, 2005

Review #48: Got a 5 pack for free when I ordered some Cohiba\'s. I must say, they are worth the price!! Uneven burn, tough draw. Not for me. I usually smoke Montecriso #1 or Cohiba Coronas Especial. Perhaps I was expecting too much. I am clearly in the minority on this smoke. No offense, it\'s all a matter of what YOU like. That\'s why there are so many different varieties. - Submitted by KJG on July 11, 2005

Review #47: Living in England one is expected to pay through the nose for cigars. JLP Cazadores are advertised at over 100 for 25 on many UK cigar sites. I get mine from Portugal and pay 20. At that price they are good value for money - even if dogged by poor burn/draw issues and inconsistency. Too mild for me, at the end of the day, but great value. - Submitted by poshjonny on June 17, 2005

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