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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

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Review #51: I smoked about 9 of these without aging. Not especially good but still had the all familiar cuban taste. These sticks reminded me of an unrefined, raw Monte Cristo. Today I smoked one that had been "aged" in the humidor for 7 months- wow what a difference! These are "cheap" cubans compared to others- $25 for a pack of 5. I think if you age them for a time as I did they are well worth the money, not as sophisticated as premium Cubans, but still worth buying when a regular cigar is needed. Save the premium ones for special occasions... - Submitted by old buzzard on January 5, 2014

Review #50: I tried my first one tonight. well rolled firm and with a beautiful strong perfume., this JLP surprised me for his direct robustness and extremely pleasant flavour. I experienced a few draw issues ( I initially used a hole puncher but ended up having to use the guillotine to solve the draw problem) it burned well with even ash and consistent increase in intensity. A great Cuban for the price. I will definitely keep some in my humidor - Submitted by frenzy on July 4, 2013

Review #49: Great brand for the price. Although for this size it seems most have draw problem. Had better luck with Petit Cazadores. Bigger rings and shorter Cigars are always consistent. - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on June 11, 2013

Review #48: DEC 12 After a few Margaritas and a great Dinner, with my brother in law, this Panetela was such a great surprise. Great draw, wooden flavours, consistent ashes. The perfect closure of a great summer night. - Submitted by Gustavo on December 27, 2012

Review #47: Having smoked the Cazadores, Nationales, Cremas and the Brevas from this manufacturer, I was not unduly let down by this cigar. In fact I preferred it to its other siblings. An ideal cigar for an every day smoke and at the price of 25.95 for a box of 25, is just a nice cheap smoke. The box date was May 2011 so shall have to keep the rest for a further 2 years in my humidor to really appreciate it. The cigar was hand made. - Submitted by Maltaman on June 28, 2012

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