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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

Average user rating

Review #51: This is the first Piedra that i've tried (came as a free promotion). Whilst by no means a 'classic', the Crema provides a pleasant 30-40 minute, nutty smoke...the burn is even and the presentation neat. However, of the two i've tried, the second was plugged (though able to salvage it with some massaging!)... the draw on the first one was fine...recommend as a quick, daily smoke - rather than a cuban masterpiece... - Submitted by faz on December 5, 2008

Review #50: NOV 08 This is the best cigar of the jose piedra collection. Much better than cazadores,cetros and brevas. It have a very nice burn and a taste that makes you feel that you dont smoke a cheap cigar. I think also that if you put this cigar in a humidor with other expensive cigars after 2-3 weeks the smell and the quality of this cigar will change and it will become similar to other expensive ones.price/performance=10 quality=7 total=8.5 which means 9 - Submitted by mike_ on November 22, 2008

Review #49: The best of the JLP cigars I've tried (Conservas, Cazadores, Brevas, and these...) They are far from great, but I've found them very consistent in quality compared to the other from JLP (atleast Brevas and Conservas). High score just cause they're really cheap, and if you like could give you a little while of peace without having to think about the money spent on them. - Submitted by Nume on November 17, 2008

Review #48: I don't think I gave this brand a 2 star rating in my review, but if I did I would like to uprate this to a four star based mainly on availability and the price. Still a good cigar. - Submitted by weezer on October 6, 2008

Review #47: I have been smoking Piedra cigars for quite some time. Started with the Brevas and just bought Five of the Cremas to try. the cremas in my opinion is a much better cigar, more taste and better construction, I have much better Cubans in my humidor but for an every day smoke you can't beat these much better than ones from DR or Brazil etc. etc. and for the price need I say more. They still need storing in the humidor like any Cuban loose cigars, and in time will get better and better. OK you may get one or two (although I haven't had one as yet) that is plugged etc. but I have had many Buli's That had this problem until they where aged. All I can say is try em and see. - Submitted by weezer on September 16, 2008

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