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"All around great cigar!"
This is becoming one of my favorite cigars. Mellow Fellow flavor and clean burn to the end.
Sam Calloway in Georgia May 9, 2013
"Great Cigar for the Price"
One of the really good cigars for the money.
Vincent Salimbene in Coral Springs, Fl. March 6, 2013
"Excellent for the price"
an excellent cigar for the price, well constructed, great looking and tasting wrapper, very consistent. hard to tell it's a cheaper bundled cigar.
in August 7, 2011
"Wow. Just Wow."
I love my super premiums, but like a lot of us, I can't afford to smoke 3-4 every day. I was looking for a good everyday smoke that wouldn't be hard on the wallet. Found it. Right off the truck these are great. As far as looks and construction, take the band off and I'd put these up against any premium. Easy draw, clouds of smoke. Nice rich leathery/woody taste, with a medium finish. TRY THESE, you won't be disappointed.
David Shepherd in Casey, IL August 4, 2011
"Very pleasantly surprised"
These are much better cigars than I expected when I ordered them. They are not premium cigars but have a lot going for them. I have gone through about 15 of my first bundle and every one of them has been a delight. They burn even and draw smooth. I didn't even have a hint of a problem with a run when I was smoking them in the car (usually where I have the most issues). While I won't be breaking these bad boys out on special occasions, they are now my go-to daily cigar.
Mitchel in Nashville, TN June 15, 2011
I knew it!! After the explosion of class and taste from Patel's 1971, Patel Brother's Next Generation, Vudu, and Signature Series by Patel, I knew this would be a Dyno-Mite cigar. It needs aging unlike the others. The others come out of the cello fiery and ready for goose bumps. I've aged these for a couple weeks now and the potential is rising to the top. The fire is emerging.
The only problem is that I have the torpedoes. I'm not a fan of that shape. I have the worst luck. I have to use my cigar ice pick to open the airway like a Paramedic with a 300lb woman. And I hate doing that, fearing I might crack the wrapper.
Next time, it will be a Churchill.
If you don't buy these, you are dull and uninspiring. Buy these until your wallet bleeds!!
Katmancross in Milwaukee January 20, 2011
"top notch Nicaraguan stogie"
This is a nicely constructed well filled cigar. The flavor compares to the Torano Nicaraguan cigars that are among my favorites. Just a great cigar for the money. A lot of bang for your buck here.
William Richardson in Las Vegas, NV November 20, 2010
"The best bundle cigar anywhere."
This is simple...these are the best bundled cigar out there, maybe one of the best cigars of any kind out there. The look, the feel, the aroma, the construction, the draw the burn, the flavor, the consistency...all in the 9 - 10 range...development maybe not so much...but all the other plus marks win out over 'flavor changes" - heck, I didn't WANT the flavor to chenge! I was fortunate to have a friend send me a few to try and I was completely impressed. Now I've gone through a fair number of Toros and Churchills and they are similar...totally awesome. I'd much rather spend $50 on a bundle of these than $100 - $150 on an equivalent boxed cigar. 'What's in YOUR wallet?' as the saying goes.
Blackhorse in Portland, OR September 8, 2009