Ambos Mundos Short No. 2 Sumatra
Ambos Mundos Short No. 2 Sumatra 5 pack
Ambos Mundos cigars are made for Tatuaje brand owner Pete Johnson in Jaime Garcia's Esteli, Nicaragua factory. To meet demand for a value-priced cigar, the cigars contain Nicaraguan longfillers that didn't quite make the grade for Pete's Tatuaje line. Ambos Mundos means both worlds, which is exactly what you get: your choice of Ecuadorian Sumatra or Nicaraguan Habano wrappers. Both are medium-plus bodied, with the Sumatra offering a meaty, leathery smoke, and the Habano woody, spicy notes.
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.
First, let me say Ambos Mundos are my favorite cigar in the world. However, I ordered these shorts by mistake, thinking they were just the shorter Habano s, since they were out of the regular size at the time of ordering.1. These do not taste anything like the normal size Ambos Mundos - not even close. ALl taste and normal quality from Ambos Mundos is lost 100% in these tiny cigars - they are miniture - be warned!!2. You will only get at most 15 minutes of burn time - verses the normal 1.5 hours of burn time on regula 50gauge Ambos Mundos3. These burn very hot.. you will have to give at least 3 minutes between draws in order to keep them cool enough to get your 15 minutes of burn time out of.4. They taste like hot ash.5. I smoked 2 got literally sick from doing so - wanted to make sure it wasn;t some freak bad stick and all were consistent - got no more than 15 minutes of burn time and bad flavor. I gave out a couple to other friends and they ahd exact same expereince with bad taste and 15 minutes of burn time6. ****These are very small cigarellos - not worth the money - I would not smoke these for free. 8. Spend the extra $5 or $10 and get the noraml 50 gauge toros - you will thank me that you did.9. They were so bad I threw the rest away - I spend $102 on a box of cigarellos that had a shorter burn time than real cigarellos by Tatajaje. 10. After literally wasting $102 for what amounts to less than $5 woth of tabocco, I have quit smoking cigars completely. Not wasting any more money on bad products like this, and recommend you do the same. When I think about how much moey it cost Pete Johnson to make a tiny box of cigarellos I though the they were regualr size cigars , consisting no more of maybe 3 - 5 leaves of tabocco cost about 0.1 cents , rolled by a machine 20 cigarellos rolled in less than a minute most likely - cost maybe 0.25 cents of energy , I gave them almost $102 in profit..I don;t mind paying for quality, but this really made me think hard about who I give so much money to.