Primo De Cuba Reviews
I had a far more positive experience than did the first gentleman to submit a rating. This cigar surprised me greatly. My experience with low-cost bundles has been that they are inconsistent at best, and I wasn't expecting much from a bundle that cost thirty bucks. However, every one of these cigars burned and drew very well. The taste seemed to waver at times, but all in all these are a good every day smoke at an exceptional price.
The Primo de Cuba Presidente is a great cigar at a very affordable price! Under $3 a stick.
This cigar had a most inauspicious beginning. Not having enough sealer at the service end and to much on the band caused an almost disastrous opening round. Apparently they use the band to hold this stick together so REMOVE IT AT YOUR OWN PERIL. The issue at the service end was correctable with a little moistening. In my humble opinion this cigar is way longer than it needs to be. A decent draw was not achieved at the business end until about 3 inches of it was smoked down. The flavor/taste is almost none existent for the first first quarter or so but around the halfway point starts to kick in and ends on a high note. This would be a much better cigar if they would shorten it say to 5 or 6 inches and maybe slightly thinner. Very nice, even and consistent slow burn so dont light it up unless you have a good hour or more to devote. I did enjoy it however there are better sticks out there in the same price range such as the Tampa Trolleys or Quorum.
This is a ways from the best cigar ever, but for the money I think it is a real bargain. I really love this cigar and recommend them to anyone who wants a good cigar at a reasonable price.
With a good imagination, you could think of a peppery Perdomo that can't be afforded. Kind of like a ride on a bike is like taking a Mustang Cobra on the open road. Still, for a cheapo, it has some pepper, all be it a nasty pepper. Wind is wind and speed is speed. It's more the same than it is different.
This cigar is not a great one even after a full year in the humidor. The draw is very tight, and there really isn't any substance or flavor to the smoke. it's just a nasty gray color like the ash. I smoked this one outside and a piece of the wrapper literally was ripped and was blown off by a gust of wind. mild cigar for the first few inches with not much flavor other than lightly sweet tobacco. The mid section has some spice to it and I would go far as to say medium body. After that, it just went downhill. Save your money and buy a better cigar.
I purchased this cigar as a throw away for the golf course WOW was I amazed at the flavor and the taste. The cigar is so surprising. I let them age in my humidor for three weeks for another round of golf in Myrtle Beach and they held up very well ..
Good flavor,out of bundle only one semi hard to draw, I smoke about ninty cigars a month and find this cigar very satisfying
If your in the market for a great tasting smooth smoking cigar at a decent price, look no further. It's a great smoke that wont go out when you put it down for five minutes to shower because your covered in turkey feces from head to foot.
Surprisingly good draw, burn and taste on this very light bargain cigar. When I go for two in a day, this is sometimes the early first cigar. May pick them up again on auction if I can repeat on close to a buck a stick. Would be more appropriate to call them El Cuarto Primo de Cuba as they are distant cousins, if related at all.