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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 #61: ---   Yesterday i used to enjoy forgotten stick from pack of five.Don´t know the year - brown band, i think 3-4 years.Good firm construction like hand made (its short filler) , better then cazadores from current production or some HM PC. Burn well, dark flaky ash, fell down after 3-5 cm. Light to medium,perfect taste.No harsh. This one 8 star. Better then more expensive PC. - Submitted by kml on October 5, 2010

Review #60: JUL 08 Looks won't impress anyone, but the flavor is there to back up the Habanos reputation. Strength is a solid medium, but flavor is off-scale. Strong earthy, toasted tobacco flavor with a slight tangy taste that is the hallmark of Cuba's tabaco. Slight spiciness, sweetness, and "moist grassy, fresh-tobacco" (from my tasting notes) flavors round out a great cheap smoke. High score for value, box (bundle) date actually 7/09, but no option on the drop-down for post-08... For this $ (around $3US/stick, depending on exchange rates), you cannot do better, IMHO... Padron puts up a great argument for Nic sticks in this price range, but if you've got a hunger for Habanos & a tight budget, I challenge you to find anything better than JLP Cremas or Petit Cazadores. I myself prefer the Petit Cazadores (they are sweeter & smoother, but much smaller), but there is no page for those yet here... Smoke them slowly, so as not to overheat them. You will be rewarded with a fine, 30-40 min, cut-filler smoke for any time of day. Strong enough to satisfy after a light-medium meal, mild enough to be the first smoke of the day. - Submitted by bimmian on October 1, 2010

Review #59: ---   A very nice light creamy smoke, thoroughly enjoyable, Like one reviewer said not a Ferrari, but a reliable Chevy... Worthwhile! - Submitted by Mile on July 29, 2010

Review #58: ---   excellent value for money. not too strong. good flavor.one of my favorites. - Submitted by CICLOPEs on April 24, 2010

Review #57: ---   I must say: value for money. This medium strong cuban cigar does look a little 'rough'. The outer layer (don't know the proper name for it) looks a little messy, but it burns very well and tastes good, a little spicy. All in all a good smoke for a very good price. Greetz, Dennis - Submitted by schotmeijer on February 17, 2010

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