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"first cigar and a wise choice"
I bought these about a 4 months ago and smoked different flavors after (to get a better idea about cigars before commenting) and here is what i found. great burn start to finish, even flavor all the way through, and flavor was mild but made my mouth water so tasty. All in all great starter cigar with a mild flavor. or if a return smoke enjoy-er great price for a great smoke.
jordan in florida March 17, 2013
Smooth taste, even burn, the smell is not too strong and the construction is well put. Also, the draw is good; rolled perfectly.
JDC in Los Angeles March 8, 2013
"Price vs Performance--A Best Buy"
I tried the Gispert natural robusto and enjoyed it immensely. The aroma and taste were sublime and at 54 rings,its burn, consistency and draw and general "feel" were perfect. I have gone to other cigars costing many more $$ but always come back to my favorite. Gispert fits the old answer to an old question--"what is the difference between a $3 cigar and a $10 dollar cigar--to me, the difference between all the more expensive "others" and Gispert natural is 7 bucks. It is my one and only and for that an easy 95 on all scores.
sy in charleston, sc February 11, 2013
"Will not buy again"
I had high expectations for these cigars. They looked great when they arrived and I was excited to try them. My first cigar was very tasteless. The second burned too hot and tasted like ash. The third cigar tasted so bad I threw out over half of the stick. The last two cigars were a tough draw and didn't have a good taste to them.
Ben in Starkville, Mississippi February 10, 2013
"good looking with no personality"
Gispert Cortos (10)
I have basically been a daily cigar smoker for the past 35 years. I usually prefer medium-to-full and double ligero strength smokes, but couldn't resist trying this beautifully wrapped Gispert at a discounted price. It even came with a nice ashtray, so what could go wrong? I knew it would be milder than the others in my humidor and figured that option might be nice occasionally. Draw before lighting: Very creamy wrapper with nutty flavors. 1/3: decent, but faint aroma with little taste to describe. 2/3: same as first third, but with a beautiful even ash. 3/3: immature tobacco flavor with extreme burnt toast taste overtaking anything positive. Conclusion: I still feel like this cigar would be great for the beginner and could mature into something respectable if left alone in the humidor for 12 months.
Pappy in East Texas January 26, 2013
"Smokes just like the big boys"
The short smokes smoke and taste like the grown-up Gisperts. Absolutely and excellent yardwork cigar here in the deep South.
Billy Bob Sixpack in Valdosta, Ga. July 11, 2012
Good smooth smoke all the way through.
Blair in Minnesota July 6, 2012
"Awesome cigar and price!"
I really enjoyed this Gispert robusto from start to finish. It is sweet and has an excellent draw and burn to it. Ash built up halfway down the cigar while smoking. It burned evenly throughout.
Will buy again!
Chuck in FL July 1, 2012
First time I've had these, and was very surprised. I felt that they were a good looking cigar, with even burn, and great draw. I tend to like a mild cigar, and there are just what I was lookig for. I have no trouble keeping these around.
Jim in Minnesota September 24, 2011
"Smooth and Mild"
I have smoked these regularly for the last year, I try different one but always come back to these as they are smooth and mild , which is what I like in an everyday cigar
Cue in Huntington Beach August 22, 2011