Baccarat Sumatra No. 1 cigars are smooth, sweet and creamy like the classic Baccarat cigars with a little extra going for them. It's the vintage Sumatra wrappers that surround a prime blend of all Honduran-grown longfiller tobaccos that give them a such a satisfying mild to medium-bodied taste.
These are good " Here have a cigar" sticks, Keep the Premo ones for yourself
I really like these Sumatras - but the construction is inconsistent. Perhaps 1-in-4 will draw too hard for a pleasant smoke. But the price, and the spicy yet sweet flavor trump the inconsistencies for an everyday smoke. If you're looking to impress, look elsewhere in your humidor.
I am a big Bacarat fan usually smoking churchill's or the giant Double Corona. I saw these cigars on sale and bought a bundle. The first impression was great, more body and a bit fuller taste than the normal natural wrapper. A Good smoke!
I'll make it short and sweet. I've been a cigar smoker for 20 years and love a good bargain cigar as much as the next guy. However, these Baccarats are truly 'bargain basement' quality. Acrid taste, poor burn, lousy draw and did I mention lousy taste? Construction is decent but it's what under the hood that counts. In this case, leave the cigar in the ashtray and walk away...