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"great mach. made cigar."
Overall good cigar with an
extremely subtle and slight hint of orange that occasionally permeates in
its overall taste-very unique.
sam in s jersey December 20, 2012
"These are good"
I don't get why Dutch Masters cigars are not given more respect. I've smoked Casa Toranos, Arturo Fuentes, and Montecristo's. Dutch Masters come close to them and WAY less the price. Dutchies represent the better value. There's not a ton of difference in the taste. I just smoked a Casa Torano and then smoked a Dutch Master Panetela. The Dutch Master had better and creamier smoke. I paid less for 5 Dutch Masters than for one Torano. Buy the Dutchies!
Bandy in Midwest October 1, 2010
"Rough, but that's how I like'em. Worth every Penny"
I'm an everyday smoker who enjoys cigars that hit hard. They're rough, bitter, and smell like a$$, but they take the edge off and have a great nicotine kick. You can't go wrong for the price, and quantity. I've smoked a lot of different cigars, from high end to gas station brands, and I'll tell you what, price doesn't guarantee quality.
Scott in Florida June 19, 2010
"Melts in Your Mouth..."
Not bad compared to other cheap, even handmade, cigars I've had. Burns quick and hot though, a little harsh unless smoked slowly. Prelight taste and draw were very pleasant. But my big, No. 1 complaint is that the apparently sweetened sheet wrapper starts melting with my saliva, turning into a brown sludge. Not nice, and ruins an otherwise fine 'quick wander, chuck-it' cigar.
Josh in February 15, 2009