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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

Average user rating

Review #16: I recently cleaned out all 11 boxes of 25 from the distributor. As Robi just said, if you get the hang of how to smoke the JLPs, you will find they can't be beat as a regular smoke. Lots of varying flavors in 1 stick. - Submitted by tang on December 18, 2004

Review #15: Hello Robi, Bolivar and all Old Cuban lovers! I Think JLP´s are the most varirivyings cigars ever! Just smoked one sleeped my second one humi for very fresh and oddsmelling cigars one month, then two month`s in my best one, and the ammonias and odd smell drop out. Asking who in the hell has so much money for Cohibas(are they 20 times better than these? Sponsored!) Merry Ch and so on! - Submitted by rookie on December 16, 2004

Review #14: I have tried most of the JLP line of cigars... Considering price, they are fantastic. Their look sometimes bothers me as the construction varies dramatically, from real beauties to very rough ones that almost make you think they will fall apart. So I keep beauties in my humi for months and smoke rough ones as soon as I "revive" them (1-2 months in humidor - they tend to be very dry, due to lack of cello around the cardboard packaging). I love their aroma, real distinctive, when compared to some other premiums from other countries. Draw is inconsistent from stick to stick, but if you know how to smoke them, they will satisfy you every time. - Submitted by Robi on December 15, 2004

Review #13: This cigar is not a looker. The taste is simple but fair.A little on the sweet side. It’s not a great cigar, but what can one expect for that price. They also make good giveaways for your ignorant friends. Let them believe they are smoking the real deal while you are enjoying a nice Montecristo……..Cool!! - Submitted by Actionhost on November 16, 2004

Review #12: This cigar is not a beauty, with it's veins and dry-to-the-eye wrapper. But for it's price, you cannot expect more I guess. It is by far one of cheapest Cubans around. The packaging also doesn't cloak it's price: they come in a cardboard box containing 5 cigars each. When you order a box of 25, you simply get 5 boxes of 5! But since I bought these as 'inbetween cigars', that actually doesn't matter much. What does matter is the taste it delivers and the way it smokes! Let's start with that last one. It lights up easy and burns nice and even ... for the first half or so. When the ash start building up, some tunnelling occurs. And it will keep doing so until you put it to rest. I smoked a couple of these now and they all had the same problem. Needless to say that a smoke which causes continuous concern regarding the burn is a bit annoying. The draw is good, not too loose and not too tight, although the wrapper could be a bit more tight. Now the most important factor: the taste. Personally I like a cigar which delivers thick, creamy smoke. This one unfortunately doesn't. They deliver flat smoke with a simple, one dimensional taste. Don't get me wrong, the taste is not unpleasant. It's just simple. The remark made by cigars-review on the Cazadores actually covers my opinion on the Conservas: 'You are getting what you paid for... an okay cuban cigar'. - Submitted by Bolivar on November 15, 2004

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