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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 #21: Received some from a good friend who bought them from Spain. The construction look really awful and I was very doubtful that it will be any good. The surprise is in the smoke. The draw is very good and the flavour very complex with coffee, and earthy taste throughout the smoke. A very good cigar that should not be judged by its look. - Submitted by pak on December 7, 2007

Review #20: I gave it a "7", but I'd prefer to give a 7.5 because it's a terrific and though mild smoke for a very fair price. - Submitted by cdab on July 6, 2007

Review #19: This cigar is milder for the JLP line. I prefer the Brevas or the Conservas because they are more bold, but the Petit Cetros is still smooth. It burns hot though...probably due to the ring gauge. Typical machine rolled problems. Generally a good stick and if you're into a milder cigar, this will due just fine for your everyday cigar. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 13, 2007

Review #18: Not my favorite of this brand line, but well worth the money. A perfect afternoon cigar or anytime you are in a bind for time. The construction is not as good as the Cazzadores, but still good enough considering the size and price. A worthy cigar. Note: While all Jose L. Piedra are now short-filler, I am quite certain they are still made by hand. Any comments???? Thanks! - Submitted by jcruise400 on December 18, 2006

Review #17: This is the first real Cuban cigar I have enjoyed smoking. For some reason I don't care for the traditional 'Cohiba'. A friend of mine in Europe gave me some he bought Sechelles and I must say a pleasure to smoke. Yes, a very full smoke with great flavors of dark roasted coffe, thick smoke, even burn and also a cool smoke down to the end. I can highly recommend this to a beginner (which I am) as I have only been smoking cigars regularly for less than one year. - Submitted by Doctoxin on December 5, 2006

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