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Jose L. Piedra Cremas

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Cremas JLPRing:39
Weight:8,63 gr.Score:6.4
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

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Review #21: Very pleasant smoke. I had ordered a box of them out of curisoity, because you can't beat the price, and I have enjoyed everyone I've had so far. A friend of mine was knocking them, because of being "machine made", but I gave him one to try, and he quickly agreed with me that it's a a quality smoke. I gave one to anoher friend who said it was the best cigar he'd ever had (which he has only had Habanos that I've given him). I pointed out that he had had a Siglo 4, but he said that he enjoyed this more. - Submitted by tills24 on November 9, 2006

Review #20: Simply said they are fantastic....if you getting a fresh grassy taste it needs more time in the humi...perfect burn.....perfect draw and that old world cuabn taste...these are the stable of the native cubans....dont let anyone steer you away and when on special can be had for 40 bucks a box...its a no brainer people...buy the damm things - Submitted by stickman on September 29, 2006

Review #19: OK, this a havana but I am really surprised at the number of stars awarded...may be for the price (1 Euro each) - Submitted by amar haddadi on August 24, 2006

Review #18: A Cuban cigar, for under for under 2 a stick, don't expect: a Coheba, an R. y J., or a Monty, as you didn't buy one. You get medium strength and good construction, (see review 41 for the Quintero Brevas, for more on this), with an even burn, from the beginning to the end and an exquisite draw, which includes, just the right amount of smoke, to the butt; as one would expect, though not always get, from a much more expensive cigar. If you put these in your humidor, for a year or so, to mature, (London tobacconists, at one time, stored Cuban cigars, for 6 yrs., before releasing them for sale), my criticism, would lose validity. However, they have a green bitterness throughout, which overwhelms other flavors, which is a shame, as I also sensed, a spicy woodiness, that would have been fantastic to savor and enjoy. But as I have said, this isn't a Monty or an R. Y J., it's a cheep Cuban cigar. Which, with it's distinctive cuban tobacco taste and sensation, still makes it better, than the other alternatives. So if money is a consideration, give these a try. - Submitted by asombraresplenddidos on May 8, 2006

Review #17: I like it! Full flavour and a consistant burn. Fine cigar for any time of day. Smooth light draw is very nice not as strong as the Cazadores. - Submitted by Lord Allenbrooke III on April 17, 2006

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