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"Great Construction & Burn But Taste Was Flat"
I had high hopes for this as a good choice for a mild cigar. The wrapper and construction are gorgeous, and it managed to burn well without any touch-ups in a fair breeze. Unfortunately I just didn't get much nuance out of the taste. It simply tasted like reasonably smooth tobacco. Not bad, but nothing that made me take notice.
PAG in Pennsylvania October 16, 2012
This is a wonderful cigar. I normally smoke Ashton Churchills, but this is easily my 2nd favorite cigar. Well made, consistent, great burn and the right taste.
Steve Signore in Green Valley, AZ June 9, 2011
This is a great cigar. It was recommended by the owner of a shop in town to try and I am happy I took his advice. Great burn, great aroma, and most of all the appearance looks bad ass. I am a beginner to cigar smoking; call me crazy but i did not taste toasted almonds like most people claim. However, this is a mild cigar which i really enjoy. When I initially lit the cigar I was kind of upset because it tasted a little off. Maybe stale or something, but after a few pulls it tasted great. Tasted great till my fingers burned which is often hard to find. If you have doubt of trying this, i recommend you buy one. If you are new to cigars or starting back up again this is the stogie for you.
in Gettysburg,Pa April 15, 2011
"Like toasted almonds..."
A great smoke with flavor that stays but doesn't overpower. Mild, and had me craving one for the next couple days. Toasted almond taste and on the mild side.
GSS in Austin, TX August 12, 2010
"cusano a name you can trust for great cigars."
cusano cigars my new favorite cigar.
barry in westchester il. June 15, 2008
Bought one at a local store. Milder than Casa Torano. Good for beginners but a little too mild for me. Used a punch, might be more flavor if cut.
Wino in Ohio January 27, 2008
There's no better wrapper for a cigar, and after smoking the Cusano 18, you'll agree that the connecticut binder is just as satisfying. They burn evenly and produce a nice ash. I would compare the experience (not the price) to the Ashton Cabinet.
Andy in Andover, KS July 19, 2006