I remember I went to Famous and was actually talked into getting Sancho Panza Double Maduros instead of the Muniemakers. The Sanchos were okay. Then I went " Skrew it " and went back 2 weeks later and bought a box of Muniemaker Breva 100s . I thought the Breva 100s were better. The burn was kinda crappy but in the taste department it blew the Sanchos out of the water. And the Muniemakers are American which made the whole experience pretty cool. Who Knew???? The irony!
Rich W in Allentown PA May 22, 2004
"A Connecticut Classic, excellent wrapper"
Break open the box, pull one out while its fresh, and just smell it before you light it. mmmmmm. This is a classic Connecticut factory cigar, which means relatively consistent, always tasty, relatively smooth yet robust. They're made in Pennsylvania now, but the blend and wrapper is the same as the classic "Muniemaker" and "Topper" darks of yesteryear, though this is a slightly more generous length. Go for it! But leave a box for me!
Brien Lee in Milwaukee, WI September 7, 2000