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Jose L. Piedra Petit Cazadores

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit CazadoresRing:43

Jose L. Piedra Petit Cazadores Review:

Unlike most cigars are made with leaves from the Vuelta Arriba producing region. The Piedra Family, from Asturias, was established in late nineteenth century in the neighborhood of Santa Clara, in the central part of the Vuelta Arriba region, which historically has been an area of snuff from the sixteenth century. Josť Lamadrid Piedra, the second generation, founded and developed the brand we know today.

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Review #20: ---   Only 1.20 EUR each in my country, so you can't go wrong. Wrapper is sloppy and mine crumbled on my lips a bit when I guillotine cut the cigar, so you might want to use a punch. Unremarkable and barely noticable taste, but nothing dirty/unlikeable either. Alright for the common smoker who doesn't want to spend too much or to share with a smoker who isn't a cigar connoisseur. Good value. - Submitted by Dylan4 on June 27, 2018

Review #19: JAN ¬† Um charuto de formato pequeno mas que muito cont√©m! Estes "petit cazadores" s√£o bastante agrad√°veis pois concentram em si todos os aromas t√≠picos da marca sem saturar. √Č um charuto que se fuma bem e depressa. Por ser de pequena dimens√£o, tem tend√™ncia a aquecer demasiado cedo, motivo pelo qual aprecio mais as "cremas". Mas todo o paladar cubano est√° aqui e isso √© que conta! - Submitted by EVale on January 16, 2017

Review #18: From a 5-pack with very dark wrappers. A good outdoor smoke, strong, bitter-sweet flavours. Good value for a quick smoke. - Submitted by titobueno76 on December 31, 2016

Review #17: Earthy, leathery and spicy. Medium-full bodied, with a strong taste. Good aging potentials. Suited for the seasoned smokers only. Otherwise can be bitter and harsh. These cigars I was told, are made with short fillers from variety blends, based on the unusable pieces from Habanos productions. Cohiba, RyJ, Partagas, Montecristo, etc. And given the Habanos total production, Jose L. Piedra happens to be the most produced cigar, along with the Montecristo. The Petit Cazadores delivers a consistent draw amongst other JLP vitolas. With no disappointment. They used to carry all sizes in singles at the Habanos store here in Tehran (Iran). Recently for inventory purpose they are offering them in 25 counts or small 5-packs only. - Submitted by hrgerami@hotmail.com on January 14, 2016

Review #16: Very cheap stick, got it for only $2.50 as a single. Mild to medium, no transitions. The taste is mostly a creamy nuttiness and dark roasted coffee beans. Small hints of bitter almonds the last half of the stick. Sadly, I found it to be a bit too bitter for my taste, to the point where the last three centimeters almost had an ammonia taste. It burned fine so I might consider getting a few to give to people who wants a smoke but don't really appreciate the flavour of a good cigar. - Submitted by blwh on January 11, 2016

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