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"One of my favorite everyday Cigars"
These cigars are fantastic. While they are not very complex, they have a nice, dry tobacco flavor. Generally these cigars will burn around 45 minutes and stay relatively cool. While the burn is not razor sharp, I have yet to have one that needs to be touched up. Finally, just like all the La Vieja cigars I have had, they are consistent in flavor and performance.
Mike in Richmond October 10, 2011
Has quickly become a favorite of mind. Consistency of burn and flavor is a strong point of this smoke. Buy two boxes and save on the shipping. You'll be glad you did after the first box. Maybe small in ring size, but the Connecticut wrapper and mild flavor will rate high for most cigar smokers.
DLEDGE in Pearland, TX September 13, 2010
"short filler masterpiece?"
These conn shade wrappers deliver a decent amount of smoke but virtually no taste to them. the construction is lousy which is expected with any of the La Vieja line of cigars as they will all have hot spots and canoe cause these are rolled by the worst rollers drew estates employs. the smoke itself is lousy tasting kinda resmebling that of a white owl which may have the same blend of tobaccos. its truly amazing these boxes sell for more than $20 on auctions, as the winners will realize what losers they are soon as they open up this box of crap and begin trying to enjoy this cigar. if your expectations are remotely high, you'll feel ashamed you bought these cigars.
thebaby981 in Louisiana March 11, 2008
These are a decent well made smoke
There is some flavor there but they are EXTREEMLY Mild !
Mr.Coffee in Arizona December 22, 2007
"Greatest cigar on the planet????"
These are great smokes! on 2nd box and have yet to be disappointed! i'm almost ready for a 3rd. i've tried all the other $5-10 bigger brand names, and i cant find one as good as this smoke. i buy them at a local shop for just about the same price about 1.30 a stick. i don't know why these aren't in everybody's humidor.
MVW in West Texas November 7, 2007