Phillies Cigarillos Brown (5)
Phillies Cigarillos Brown (5) are a veteran machine-made brand manufactured in Selma, Alabama, U.S.A. The filler consists of a blend of mild-smoking Dominican and Honduran tobaccos with a sheet wrapper and binder. The flavored selections debuted in 2002 in response to the growing demand for affordably-priced flavored cigars.
These aren't just my favorite--they're a memory. My father smokes these, and they were the ONLY cigars my mother ever let him smoke in the house or car--they are a gorgeous smelling cigar once lit. Pre-lit, they are definitely sweet and the flavor is a deep chocolate--but lit, and it's an entirely different ball game. Very much a warm, earthy-sort of spice, with almost a cinnamon like smoke. They DO get a touch on the harsh side about 3/4rths of the way through. I don't actually inhale, (although occasionally I meander off and forget) I enjoy these for taste, texture, smell and feel--I would say if you are looking to inhale these and are new to cigar smoking that you might want to skip these, they are very strong. Stick to cigarettes for inhaling/fixes. The boxes arrived in the mail from this site 100% in tact, no damage what-so-ever. All of them were individually wrapped, and the quality of the cigarillos themselves aren't bad--'specially for again, price and machine made. Would recommend these for the price conscious and the taste seekers.
Cigar has a decent flavor but the head falls apart shortly after lighting it and you end up with a mouthful of filler. I thought there might be just a couple of bad cigars in the bunch but after smoking 4 packs it appears that they are just constructed poorly since they all fell apart before half the cigar was smoked.
i really love these chocolate cigars,ive smoked cigarettes for 25 years.now i only smoke these!!!Famous Smoke Shop has the best prices and fastest delivery time.i will be buying from this company again real soon.
I just got my order and taste tested my first cigar. It has a nice burn, pleaseant aroma. The only kick back I have is you don't really taste the chocolate in the draw. It's all on the cigar wrapping. ut it's definately a smooth cigar and well worth the price. I'm looking for a cigar that you can really taste the chocolate flavor in each draw. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.