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Value Line Honduran #300 Reviews

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Value Line 300 Honduran Corona
Horrible, poor taste, poor draw, had to relite 3-4 times. Will give to my golfing partner as he's too cheap to buy his own. I'll stay with my regular smoke, Baccarat Toro- a fine stick.
Bill in Wisconsin May 4, 2007
Value Line 300 Honduran Corona
"Nice easy draw and enough flavor for the price"
I am a smoker of Drew Estates Natural and ACID line, but when I just need an everyday smoke that if I get bothered half way through I don't feel cheated. It is nutty and smooth and depending on the vintage varies with a stronger flavor. First bundle was smooth and even, as was the second. Third was dated in July 2005 and it has more of a bite to the flavor. All in all a great smoke for the money. The first bundle mellowed a little after just 2 or 3 months in the humidor. Try some, you won't be disappointed.
Dale Landry in LA January 25, 2007
Value Line Honduran #300 Robusto
"Santa Clarita,Ca."
I just purchased a bundle of the robustos and man, I gotta say:These bundle cigars are a definite steal at the current price! Very nutty and toasty, and a beautiful ecuadorian connecticut wrapper!. I would highly recommend these cigars to anyone that places an emphasis on getting more for your money!
Ed Sellers April 11, 2005
Value Line 300 Honduran Corona
"The best bang for a buck I have seen"
I received a bundle of robustos about 5 weeks ago.The first one I smoked immediately and was not disapointed.After 5 weeks in my humidor these cigars are amazingly good for the price.Although VERY good,the flavor can vary from one cigar to another.One tasted similar to a Baccarat wihtout the sweetness,but mild.Another one I smoked tasted like an Hoyo(I swear!) with a much stronger,but great flavor.The burn has been even,if a little quicker than some cigars.The shade wrapper(all were very nice) has a cedary,nutty aroma.The result of each draw was a huge cloud of billowy,sumptuous smoke.I have paid 8 dollars at cigar shops for sticks that were not as good as these.I have smoked 10 out of the bundle so far and all have been very good.If you like Honduran cigars,but don't want to pay premium prices,this is the cigar for you.
Jim McCluskey in Hermosa Beach,CA. October 16, 2004
Value Line Honduran #300 Robusto
Although skeptical at first, I ordered the Honduran 300 and the Nicaraguan 100. The "Nics" were a total disappointment... terribly ugly, tight and tasteless! But the Hondurans were a total surprise, smooth, tasty. Maybe the only drawback was the "looseness" of the filler, but, come on... for a little over a buck a piece, that's a good everyday deal; not so easily will I hand one of these out to my normally non-cigar-smoking golfing buddies!
LEO LEAL in MC ALLEN, TX September 6, 2004
Value Line 300 Honduran Corona
"Harsh and bitter. Nothing like the description."
I was very disappointed in these cigars. The tobacco tasted like raw leaves--not mellow in the least. I tried one from two different bundles with the same result. The only reason I kept them is that I didn't want to pay return shipping. I'm hoping that a year or so in my humidor will help them to improve.
Larry in Wisconsin August 24, 2004
Value Line Honduran #300 Robusto
"Good quality well constructed bland cigar."
Could be a great cigar. The blender really needed to go just one step further for a great tasting cigar.
Don Sewell in Fort Smith, Arkansas August 3, 2004
Value Line Honduran #300 Perfeccion
"Nice Mild Smoke"
I will definitely buy another bundle of these stogies. Good smoke after day 1. It has one of the best aromas. However, cigar is loosely packed and smokes a little quick for its size.
Jose in Dallas, TX July 12, 2004
Value Line Honduran #300 Churchill
"Exceptional value"
I was very pleasantly surprized at the finish and mildness. Reminiscent of very high-end product.
dan kaylor in monte sereno, ca June 25, 2004
Value Line Honduran #300 Churchill
"Outstanding Stick at a Bargain Price"
I'm partial to Honduran cigars and Connecticut wrapers. The Value Line #300 fit the profile so I bought two Churchhill bundles. I'm just finishing up the second bundle and will re-order the same. Smooth smoke, burns better than most and solid construction. This is going to be my regular stick for a while. About as good as you can get for the $.
Norm Chung in San Francisco April 22, 2004
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