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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 #26: After all the rave reviews, I had to try one for myself. All of you are right on. A very affordable cubano, at a fraction of the cost of most. Set your expectations a notch below the premium cubans, and you'll be rewarded with a generous smoke, better than most dominicans and/or nicaraguans, for a lot less $$$. This may very well become the daily smoke I can afford, saving the Magnum 46, Epicure No. 1, and Romeo y Juliettas for those "special" occasions. Isn't it special when then sun comes up. - Submitted by cigarlover on November 19, 2004

Review #25: great value for the money. good everyday smoke, typical cuban aroma, mild yet not lacking flavor. the short filler might get into your mouth but overall a very pleasant experience through the end. - Submitted by mimo on November 18, 2004

Review #24: A good cigar. Fine size, well flavoured, little aftertaste. Excellently priced. - Submitted by Barry McWilliams on November 16, 2004

Review #23: Very little consistency. Some are a pleasure to smoke, if somewhat robust, some are unpleasant. Once aged they do improve overall, but any number of similarly priced machine made Dominican, Nicaraguan or Honduran cigars beat it in my books. As do the Guantanamera and Quintero equivalents from Cuba. - Submitted by skatellite on November 13, 2004

Review #22: Just eat a wonderful Mexican dinner (thanks to kitchen).After this meal our cigarmaster opened board box? of five! Asked are they in good conditions? He said in Cuba these are very famous after dinner and so..Well, after lighting I forgot my best honduran ones.. This was so fresh, a lot of cuban taste and aromas you can find in the forgotten island! We dont need the embargo anymore!! - Submitted by newcomer on November 2, 2004

This cigar spans 33 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 [29] 30 31 32 33

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