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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 #6: very good cigars, milder draw than for example the Nationales, The quality varies per package. But always a very good price/quality. The better batches can compete with far more expensive cuban's - Submitted by Peter on April 9, 2004

Review #5: I tried two of these and I am quite surprised by these reviews. The Draw was terrible the roll was off on all that I saw. I am a fan of the Cazadores. This one actally tasted like ammonia and was very bitter. I guess they are not always up to scratch. I will have to make a tupperdor just to contain these in hopes that they will mellow. - Submitted by Funguss on March 5, 2004

Review #4: These are probably my current favourite from this marque. I can't think why but these seem to be the best made cigars from this brand. Well worth picking up a bundle or two if you're holidaying in Spain - too expensive in the UK. Very good smoke. Good draw , combustion and taste. Not always consistent and sometimes you have to leave them for a month till the smell of ammonia goes away. Still IMO, well worth the effort and the Spanish holiday! - Submitted by willisoften on February 29, 2004

Review #3: My first cubans I ever smoked. Very rustic, veiny and dark brown wrapper. Rough and delicious Old Havana taste and aroma. Cigars for Men. - Submitted by rookie on February 7, 2004

Review #2: These rustic little machine-made wonders prove that you don't have to be rich to have rich taste. I first bought a 5-pack while vacationing in Barcelona. It cost about 2 bucks at the time, but in Spain it's a popular working man's cigar. As I smoked them, dispite their occasional rough construction and slightly loose fill, I kept thinking "damn this is better than just about anything I can get back in the States!" It is medium to mild and has a distinct earthiness with sweet spices and big mouthfuls of smoke. This is not your father's drugstore cigar, but you can get it for near-drugstore prices. - Submitted by oceans11 on January 16, 2004

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