not a full body full flavor cigar but for my taste, the mundos was one very tasty cigar and one of my favorites from my 60 different cigar collection...i highly recommend this tasty treat
Another wonderful smoke from these two!!
Not too strong with gobs of smoke. Hard to beat for the price.
WOW this is a best sub $5 stick I have had in a while. Not a surprise coming from Pete Johnson had e doesn't make dog rockets. I have had three of these so far and I love them it's a lite Med stick and the #2 is the perfect size for when you don't have an hour to kill. It's in the rotation now. Flavors of Cedar, Chocolate, great burn laser straight good strong ash.
A very nice tasting medium weight cigar. I find this cigar very agreeable to smoke at any time. My collection has over 50 cigars and while this one is not the biggest and richest, it is very tasty and a personal favorite.
Pete Johnson makes a lot of cigars these days but these are one of my FAVS! Wonderful cigar with good construction and a little pepper on the palate.
You'll forgive me, I'm not sure if it's this size "Grande" or the Toro that I smoked. I picked up a 5-er somewhere and smoked one after a couple of weeks: was good, but not up to my expectations, somewhat harsh. So I waited about another month and my oh my did it ever take me back. There's an intense middle-body to this blend which is either missing in most cigars today or, in the case of many Pepin blends, is so strong that it's just out of control and hard for me to smoke. This blend, the No. 2 Semilla Sumatra, has both power and restraint. Pete outdid himself on this one and, ha, it's considered a second tier smoke in his book. Just because it doesn't try to kill you. That's what I love about this blend: strength with balance. Plus it doesn't have that Nicaraguan overwhelmingly earthy flavor; another reason it's "second tier" I guess and another reason I want more. This has intensity without the overbearing earth (dirt?) character so typical of upscale Nicaraguan cigars. You may love them, but they're not for me. This one definitely is. Now, one further note: I have reverted to small cigars, petite coronas, like the ones I used to smoke in the mid-'60s. And I've just ordered these No.2s in the "Short" format. No, it's not identical to old school Havana, but it's probably about as close as we will ever get. Kudos to Pete Johnson and Pepin Garcia.
great taste from the moment you light up , great burning , mild . one of the best i have tried
This was a good cigar to smoke. It didn't really bring anything new to the table. It had a consistent, medium strength and body with wood notes. Strikingly similar to the LGC series R in flavor.
Except for a bit of a rough construction, this is a very tasy medium full bodied cigar. Very smooth and burned great. One of the better value priced cigars I've smoked in a long time.