Cuesta Rey Reviews
Why aren't there 25 cigars in this box? These are supposed to be "8-9-8". The term is coined from how the cigars are boxed; bottom layer 8 cigars, middle layer 9 cigars, top layer 8 cigars. Therefore, there should be a total of 25.
Very well made, full packed cigar. Could have been a little more loose for easier draw..Overall, a fine cigar for the price...
These had much better wrappers and flavor when they had the old 898 band. Now they are meh. Ugly wrapper, below average taste. JC Newman would be disappointed in what they did to his cigar.
It has been 20 years since I smoked cigars. This one was one of my favorite. Bought a box a month ago. Just can't find the Taste I am looking for. may be an old box they were like rocks.
a very good cigar that the draw and consistency depends on your cut or your punch. i prefer to punch the ends of these 44's and the draw is smooth. a higher rateing would mean higher price... Let's keep it our little secrete........
Would seek out this size for many years in the 90s and early 2000s. It is quite mild, creamy smooth, and an excellent draw. But since tastes have moved toward stronger and fuller-bodied smokes. the Cuesta-Rey #95 is a hard-to-find cigar. Jump on it when you find it if you like mild-bodied.
nice smoke, burns evenly, great to hover over a few afterwork beers. if you can't find enjoyment in one of these babies, you blow'n smoke out the wrong end. enjoy...
i wondered why the ratings are so high. This cigar is one of the worst that i ever smoke
great cigar. weekend for me. good price .burn good .taste good.perfect cigar for me.
Am a fan of mild-bodied smokes and have never met a Cuesta_rey I didn't love! Prefer the Lonsdale but all sizes have excellent construction, consistency and draw. Very creamy and delicious. Not the bargain they once were (what is?), but they're great for a group smoke.