Showing 21 through 27 of 27 reviews
"Fantastic little cigar!"
I'm almost through with my first box and haven't had a bad one yet. Great draw, great taste, great ash -- GREAT CIGAR! ALso, just perfect for winter for us outdoor smokers. We get a great smoke that we can finish in 20-30 minutes before we freeze to death.
Harold Walter in Memphis, TN December 13, 2004
"Outstanding short smoke"
Great short smoke! I tried my first box of these and I was not disappointed. I usually smoke robustos, torpedos & churchills (bigger ring gauge). This cigar did not disappoint. Very nutty, deep coffee flavors for about 20 minutes. Not harsh or hot. Will buy them again!
Jim in Connecticut November 16, 2004
"Great little cigar"
This is a great little cigar for when you don't have the time for a Robusto. High recomendation !
Jeff Stoffel in San Diego , Ca November 1, 2004
"Suit me fine, I don't have time for the big boys!"
Great cigar, and the price beats all the other online cigar clubs I've dealt with.
Tim Martinez in Olivehurst, CA September 29, 2004
Being fairly new to cigars, I am always trying different brands to try and find my smoke. I purchased my first tin of these when visiting my local smoke shop on a -10F Minnesota day. Not being able to smoke inside my apt, I was forced to bundle up and bear the cold snow to try out my new buy. I was surprised how that taste could come from such a small package; even with the cold. Since then, I find myself going outside to the extreme to enjoy these little fellas when ever I can.
Chad in Maplewood, MN February 19, 2004
"Not a pequeno flavour"
Bought a few tins in Miami...this little thing is loaded with cocoa powder flavour....very enjoyable, even makes people around you curious !!
Asking for a favour: someone please give me details on the Pinedo brand ... (it's cuban) smoked 2 churchills and they were heavenly
Christian in Resita, Romania February 19, 2004
Don't let the size fool you. Only Cohiba could pack such real cigar flavor and quality into such a small little cigar. A true luxury.
The Editor in northern Indiana December 15, 2003