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nice mild smoke... if you don't like that pepper and spice taste, this is one to try.
bw in delaware September 4, 2008
"GOOD EVERYDAY SMOKE"
WON THESE AT AUCTION ALSO. LIKE THE MADURO WRAP BETTER BUT CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE FOR A GOOD BURN,DRAW AND TASTE EVERYDAY CIGAR.
LEONARDKL in NY September 8, 2007
"Poor Construction, Draw, & Burn"
Taste is OK if you can get the damn things to draw, burn or not fall apart in your mouth. I guess you could crumble them up and smoke them in a pipe. These cigars are below standard examples. Not to be taken seriously.
Wacko in San Diego August 13, 2007
"Had worse, these are not my "norm" smoke"
Well after reading the other reviews, I called a local farmer and had him get the mule ready. Based on other comments here, I figured kissing a mule's ass would get the taste out of my mouth from these smokes, but it was not needed. They are a little rough, but mild. Taste is a little harsh and I am an ACID and Natural by Drew Estate person, so these are way off the norm for me. I like the Value Line smokes and I enjoy a Bacarat every now and then, but these are way from any of those. Cost was less than $1 a stick even after shipping, so it was worth it.
Dale in South Louisiana March 14, 2007
"Waste of time"
Good taste but (Couldn't Get The Damn Things To Smoke) "none of them"
David in Memphis April 1, 2002
"A terrible smoke."
I called Famous smoke and asked one of their representatives for an everyday smoke that you can smoke on a drive or for a quick smoke.
This terrible smoke is what they recommended. The draw was so bad that I lost my breath several times. If you did not puff within seconds the burn went out. I guess you get what you pay for, however I was extremely dissappointed that this cigar was recommended by Famous.
michael potocki in new fairfield, ct March 12, 2001
Two associates and I recently divided up a bundle of Gordas. If you want to keep your friends, I strongly suggest you don't do this. Disappointing in all categories except for the lighter.
STEVE MATLAGA in WILMINGTON, DELAWARE July 17, 2000