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Great price and great tasting.
Long on characature with a sesatiable aroma.
Jack in Bosto June 23, 2012
Love the super fuerte! Rich tasting cigar and burns for a long time.
Tom in Charleston,WV July 1, 2011
"This Is An Awesome Cigar"
This has become my everyday cigar. I have smoked both the maduro and natural Double Corona and, personally, prefer the natural. After six boxes, I haven't had a non-smoker yet. Some do burn a little uneven (but self correct) and, maybe, one per box will tunnel on me (which is easy enough to fix). That being said, this is a very good medium bodied cigar with huge flavor profile, excellent aroma, and a long finish that is extremely consistent from cigar to cigar. Plus, they are reasonably priced for the quality (and each box contains 25 cigars instead of the typical 20). In my opinion, you really can't go wrong buying a box of these bad boys.
Bill K in Savannah, GA January 23, 2011
"A great long lasting cigar an A all the way"
famous smoke shop has the best deals anywhere on cigars.
barry in westchester il. April 3, 2008
This was my first taste of Rocky Patel's line. It is a great cigar. Smooth yet very tasty. Good draw, even burn. Well worth the price.
Seegarman in Texas January 19, 2007
"2 boxes wasted!!"
I ordered two boxes from Famous Smoke and got around to smoking them after the 30 day return period. I kept them at proper temp and humidity levels. Unable to smoke them because they wouldn't draw - even after using a draw poker!! Calls and emails to the manufacturer went unanswered. Will never buy again.
J W Stradcutter in MN December 21, 2006
"A good smoke"
This is a good smoke. Lots of flavor, good construction, decent draw. It smokes great as received which seems to be untypical today. Bought a box and have smoked 5. Want to save some to age a bit, but not sure that I can hold back. Everybody has their own tastes, But I prefer these to RP Vintage. Comparable in quality to AF double chateau for a whole lot less money. Try them!
cigarman in newton, texas July 16, 2006