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Jose L. Piedra Petit Cetros

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit Cetros JPLRing:38
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:6.8
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

Average user rating

Review #11: We have learned all of the conutertfeits of the Cubans, where are the the reaylly ones? mr. willysoften has smoked one of the best small cigar nowadays available. Please, dont smoke them all, let the rest for me! - Submitted by rookie on January 30, 2005

Review #10: 2nd Review: I've bought a number of these recently from different sources, none have been quite so acrid as they were last year. There also seems to have been a general improvement in construction, though it's definitely rustic in appearance the draw seems to be a bit lighter. Still the same medium tobacco flavour with a bit of a hard edge. A good smoke. - Submitted by willisoften on January 22, 2005

Review #9: Mr Razvan, I agree! These JLP´s have some harsh from background but I think it is the bettest way to origing these ones from the so smooth hugging NEW Cubans! I like these cigars the way they are, Old Cuban Fertilized soil and The Pure, Real Taste. - Submitted by rookie on December 26, 2004

Review #8: I thought these were respectable on their own and a great deal when price is factored in. Not as smooth as the better habanos I have had, yet I thoroughly enjoy the earthy, slightly acidic and relatively complex cuban taste. - Submitted by SeanGAR on September 18, 2004

Review #7: These cigars sell quick in my area but I found that they must be aired for a couple weeks to remove the unpleasant acrid and pungent smell. The same can be said about other models in the Piedra lineup. Once done, I love to smoke the Petit Cetros outdoors as they are strong and relatively unembellished in the flavor department. - Submitted by tang on July 20, 2004

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