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This was a great smoke, i enjoyed how this medium bodied cigar gave me this full bodied taste. It paired well with a good single malt! I recommend this cigar to those who enjoy a taste that will last for a long time.
Eric in Los Angeles, California February 28, 2010
"Best Cigar for the Money"
Camacho Corojo is the best I've had for a $4-5 cigar (online). It is mild yet flavorful with good construction, an even draw with a full mouth of smoke. It must be gaining popularity because I don't see it discounted very much.
Jim in Chicago February 11, 2010
"That's what I'm talking 'bout!"
Bought a few of these (Camacho Diploma's)in NYC to share with some friends after a steak dinner. For the seasoned smoker, take your time and you will find these provide one of the finest and most affordable cigar experiences to be found anywhere. After a great steak dinner with a glass of port, this was just what was needed to complete the evening.
Word of caution though, these full-flavored sticks were overwhelming to my friends who only smoke occassionally.
Roger in Michigan October 24, 2005
"Just as good here as it was in Danli."
The first thing I do when I open a box of Diplomas is stick my nose in the box and revisit the aroma of the curing barns. A very good, mature smoke for the seasoned smoker. Only drawback to this Jamastran puro is getting them out of the box easily.
Dave in May 1, 2004
A disappointing smoke for the money. Started out nice and strong w/ good flavor but the burn and crumbly ash cost this cigar. Too much money for this stick. Score 85
J B Ford in Boston, MA October 2, 2003
This is one fabulous cigar. Taste burn and draw are perfect. I enjoyed these so much I smoked 2 in a row. This is one cigar you won't want to put down. This cigar is as good if not better then then any of the Cuban cigars I have smoked.
ED J in Springfield, Viginia July 4, 2003