Leon Jimenes Reviews
Great Cigar. Mild Flavor. Never burned when taking a hit. Lasted a long time. Incredible smoke with a nice aroma. Could smoke these all day.
First taste was in the Dom rep back in 1996. Went to the factory, saw them being made and bought box #1 plus #3. Has been the only cigar I have smoked since then. Beautiful.
This is a well balanced smoke with a good burn and draw has nice cedar and woody notes, it stays consistant all the way through, I would recommend this to anyone
First let me say that I am a novice cigar smoker at this point, so please bear this in mind. The cigar cut and lit normally. It appeared to be well made, the burn was very even, and the ash held nicely. Draw was perfect for me. The cigar started off slow for me on taste. It was mild but nothing worth noting. After the ash dropped, almost 1/2 the way down, the taste intesified. At this point it was a very good flavor on the upper mild level. Bottom line for me. A decent smoke that I would buy again.
Don't be fooled by the pretty box, and the attractive artwork. The Leon Jimenes Petite's are no better than your 7/11 machine made swisher sweets. As a matter of fact, I would not be surprised if it was a swisher. If you don't trust this review, go ahead and buy it. If you have had any decent cigar ever, you will regret it. For those of you looking for a nice pack of cigarillo's in the 10 for $15 price range: Try the Cuesta Rey Centenario Cameo. If you don't think that cigar is worth it's price, you have no business smoking.
Was expecting long filler but found these to be inexpensive cut filler cigars. Ok taste and burn , bought these in a bundle , will not buy again