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Jose L. Piedra Conservas

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Conservas JLPRing:44
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:7.0
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

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Review #21: Bought a box basically because I can't afford to smoke Cohibas everyday. I learnt a lesson; You get what you pay for. Based only on one smoke, I found them to be bad burners with a tight draw. Yes there are Cuban flavours in there and I quite liked the earthy taste but because of the draw they eventually turned bitter and harsh in my mouth. I have to say I'm disapointed and would prefer one excellent cigar a week to seven poor ones. I'm just hoping the rest are better or time improves them. - Submitted by Aromatic on January 21, 2005

Review #20: I think Mr. Voncu found some salts in Cuban cigars, and he is right! Smoked this one just now i agree. Thinking the soil fertilization, some ammoniumsalts are added, ammoniumnitrate, phosphorsalts and so. Cuba has nowadays money for cigarplanting. The two fermentations can`t take the lot ammonia off of tobac, the rest is making ammoniumchloride! This is the salt smoke IMHO. No chemistry, but near, the taste is somewhat near to me" - Submitted by unknown on January 18, 2005

Review #19: Hey Actionhost, Bolivar and all who are disappointed, you just got what these cigars are when they are the worst. please, make ( if you are in USA class mkation suit). By the way, bont cry the milk.. some pipesmokers will sell those bad ones. By the way, I pipesmoke my cigar headcuts 1/3 with Clan! Better than Clan itseves, it is unique. These points are for JLPC - Submitted by rookie on January 15, 2005

Review #18: I agree with Bolivar!! I am in Thailand right now. I brought them with me. But I don't like 'm. Waste of money. Burn really bad. - Submitted by Actionhost on December 21, 2004

Review #17: I posted a review of this cigar on November 15, 2004. When my opinion on a cigar changes slightly, I usually don't correct an earlier review. This cigar however forces me to make another post ... and not a positive one! In my first review I stated that the cigar 'burns nice for the first half or so'. It turns out that this is only true for half of the cigars, the other half are a disaster all the way! Yesterday I finished my last two of these: the first one I threw away after less than half an inch! The reason why I give it the full one star is that if the burn is okay (for the first half), so is taste. Flat, simple, one dimensional, but okay ('not unpleasant'). My final verdict (because I won't light one up ever again): it costs close to nothing, you get close to nothing! Stay away from these! - Submitted by Bolivar on December 20, 2004

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